I am an assistant professor in Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. I received my B.S. degree and M.S. degree in Computer Science from Zhejiang University, and Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from the University of California-Davis. After my Ph.D. graduation, I spent four years as a postdoctoral researcher at Sandia National Laboratories, California. My research concentrates on big data analysis and visualization, high-performance computing, and user interfaces and interaction.
 
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Lina won Graduate Student Conference Travel Grant from UNL College of Engineering (12/13/2016).
Jianping passed the Ph.D. comprehensive exam (12/10/2016).
Lina passed the Ph.D. comprehensive exam (11/30/2016).
American Scientist. "A Computed Flame: To understand how fuel burns in a diesel engine takes chemistry knowledge and supercomputing muscle."
Our Tweether work has been reported by Science Node.
Yanfu successfully defended his Master thesis (07/15/2016).
Feiyu passed the Ph.D. qualifying exam in Spring 2016.
Jieting passed the Ph.D. qualifying exam in Fall 2015.
Jianping's paper "Parallel Modularity-based Community Detection on Large-scale Graphs" has been selected as one of four Best Paper Candidates at IEEE Cluster 2015.
Jianping won NSF Travel Award (07/08/2015).
Jianping won Graduate Student Conference Travel Grant from UNL College of Engineering (06/11/2015).
Jieting successfully defended his Master thesis (04/14/2015).
Shruti successfully defended her Master project (04/10/2015).
Jianping passed the Ph.D. qualifying exam in Fall 2013.
Lina passed the Ph.D. qualifying exam in Fall 2013.
Hongfeng was selected to participate in the 2013 UNL Research Development Fellows Program.