Meng Jiang
Meng Jiang

I'm an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Notre Dame. My research fields are data mining, machine learning, and natural language processing. My research focuses on Computational Behavior Modeling (CBM) with graph and text data for applications such as intelligent assistance, recommender system, question answering, scientific discovery, and mental healthcare. It is at the intersection of knowledge graph, graph machine learning, user modeling, information extraction, text mining, and natural language generation. I created the CBM course at Notre Dame. [C.V.]

I am directing the Data Mining towards Decision Making (DM2) Laboratory, supported by National Science Foundation (NSF), Amazon.com, Inc., Snap Inc., Condé Nast Inc., and Notre Dame International. I received NSF CRII award in 2019 and CAREER award in 2022. I am recruiting one or two PhD students in Fall 2023. 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 November 14, 2022.