School of Computing
University of North Florida
1 UNF Drive
Bldg 15, Rm 3211
Jacksonville, FL 32224
02/2018: One paper accepted to FoIKS-18, Budapest, Hungary.
Sp 2018: I am teaching the Intro to AI class.
01/2018: "Future of Preference Research" panel invitation from AAAI-MPREF-18.
11/2017: Two papers accepted to AAAI-MPREF-18, New Orleans, USA.
11/2017: Program Committee invitation from IJCAI-18 and ECAI-18.
08/2016: One paper accepted to GCAI-16, Berlin, Germany.
08/2016: Created graduate course Preferences and Social Computing.
04/2016: Defended my doctoral dissertation.
Staring from August 2016, I am a tenure-track assistant professor in the School of Computing at the University of North Florida. In May 2016, I earned my Ph.D. in computer science from the University of Kentucky, under the supervision of Dr. Mirosław Truszczyński. In July 2010, I earned my B.Eng. in software engineering from the Harbin Institute of Technology.
My research mostly has been about solving problems on preferences and decision making using methods in artificial intelligence and social sciences.