Meng Jiang
Meng Jiang

I'm an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, College of Engineering at the University of Notre Dame. I joined the faculty in August 2017, after completing my Ph.D. in Computer Science and Technology at Tsinghua University in 2015 and two-year postdoctoral training in Computer Science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. [C.V.]

My research focuses on Computational Behavior Modeling for applications such as behavior prediction, recommendation, fraud detection, event detection, planning, and decision making. It is at the intersection of network science, text mining, information extraction, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.

Call for Journal Article Participation: I am a co-Topic Editor for the Research Topic "Computational Behavioral Modeling for Big User Data" (click me!) in Big Data Networks, Frontiers in Big Data. Keywords: Recommender Systems, Misbehavior Detection, Social Network Analysis, Graph Learning, Deep Learning. Please submit your abstract if your research falls in the topic!

Our KDD 2020 Tutorial on Scientific Text Mining and Knowledge Graphs is released. Please click to find slides and videos!

I am directing the Data Mining towards Decision Making (DM2) Laboratory. My research has been supported by National Science Foundation, Condé Nast Inc., Snap Inc. Research, and Notre Dame Global Gateway.

I am recruiting PhD students and visiting researchers. Drop me an e-mail (mjiang2 [at] nd.edu) if you are interested! Stay healthy, safe, and happy!

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Last updated on September 15, 2020.