Nan Zheng

Graduate Student
Computer and Information Science Department
University of Pennsylvania

Office: 571 Levine Hall North, 3330 Walnut Street
          Philadelphia, PA 19104
Email: nanzheng@seas.upenn.edu

 

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Short Bio     |     Teaching     |    Papers     |    Work Experience     |    Conferences Activity



Short Bio
        I am first year Ph.D student in the Department of Computer and Information Science at the University of Pennsylvania. My general research interest is in Data Management, especially managing heterogeneous data sources. I am advised by Prof. Zachary Ives in the Database Group. Before entering UPenn, I received my B.S. in Tsinghua University, China. In Spring 2010, I worked as a student research assistant intern in Microsoft Research Asia.


Teaching

CIS 550, Database Management Systems (Teaching Assistant, Fall 2011)

MKSE 150, Market and Scial Systems on the Internet (Teaching Assistant, Spring 2012)

CIS 502, Analysis of Algorithms (Teaching Assistant, Fall 2012)

CIS 330, Database and Information Systems (Teaching Assistant, Spring 2013)


Publications

Actively Soliciting Feedback for Query Answers in Keyword Search-Based Data Integration

Zhepeng Yan, Nan Zheng, Zachary Ives, Partha Talukdar, Cong Yu
International Conference on Very Large Data Bases (VLDB), 2013.

Enhanced Location Privacy Protection of Base Station in Wireless Sensor Networks

Xinfeng Li, Xiaoyuan Wang, Nan Zheng, Zhiguo Wan, Ming Gu
the International Conference on Mobile Ad-hoc and Sensor Networks(MSN), 2010.

Complete Decentralized Mechanism Design for Oline Machine Scheduling

Yuan Zhang, Chi-Hung Chi, Shengqing Zhang, Nan Zheng
International Conference on Embedded Software and Systems(ICESS), 2009.


Work Experience
    Internship in Microsoft Research Asia

  • Work in Web Search and Mining Group, tutored by Dr. Haixun Wang
  • Mainly focus on web-scale class-instance-attribute extraction. The whole project is processed on a Map-Reduce engine-COSMOS.
  • This project tries to build a probalistic semantic hierarchy as the determined relationship is hard to choose even by humans.


Conferences Activity

  • MobiCom 2009:  Conference volunteer, responsible for reception, guidance and coordination

Last Updated: 01/10/2012