Best paper awards at international conferences
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Faculty members and students from the Department of Computer Science (CS) at City University of Hong Long have won several best paper awards at recent international conferences.
Li Ning, a PhD student, together with his supervisor Dr Ted Chow Chi-yin, Associate Professor at CS, and Dr Zhang Jiadong, CityU PhD graduate, received the Best Paper Award for their co-authored paper titled “Seeded-BTM: Enabling Biterm Topic Model with Seeds for Product Aspect Mining” at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) 5th International Conference on Data Science and Systems 2019 in Zhangjiajie in August.
At the International Conference on Multimedia and Expo held by IEEE in Shanghai in July, Dr Wang Shiqi, Assistant Professor at CS, received the Best Paper Award for his co-authored paper titled “Towards Digital Retina in Smart Cities: A Model Generation, Utilization and Communication Paradigm”.
PhD students Wang Luning, Tang Zhongzheng and Xu Qian, together with their supervisors Professor Wang Jianping at CS and Professor Jia Xiaohua, Head and Chair Professor at CS, received the Best Paper Award for their co-authored paper titled “SNIFF: A Scalable Network Inference Framework for Measuring End-to-End Performance Based on Matrix Completion” at the 5th International Conference on Big Data Computing and Communications 2019 in Qingdao in August.
In addition, under the supervision of Dr Tan Chee-wei, Associate Professor at CS, Hang Ching-nam, a PhD student, won the Silver Award of the HKEIA (Hong Kong Electronic Industries Association) Innovation & Technology Project Competition Award 2019 for his final-year project titled “Large Graph Mining: Subgraph Isomorphism”.