Lecturer

Phone: 18627732255

Email: lihaibo@hust.edu.cn

Academic Areas: Database Management Systems

Research Interests:

From 1998, I participated the research and development of DM DBMS. I undertook the job of interfaces and tools of the DM DBMS. The DM DBMS is a domestic DBMS with independent intellectual property rights. In 2005, I participated the project of national standards of DBMS, and proposed some standards. I attended the working conference of the ISO/IEC JTC1/SC32 presenting the project team. From 2009, I participated the research and development of DM ETL, which is a ETL tool for DM DBMS. From 1998, I have published 3 accedemic papers, among which one is indexed by EI. I reseach the issue of data mining on structual data types, improve the data mining algrithoms on frequent sub-struct, and  indexing method on structual data types.​

Academic Degrees

PhD in Marketing,  PhD Minor in Psychology, 1995, Stanford Graduate School of Business;

BA Psychology, 1989, University of California, Berkeley.

Bachelor of Computer Science, Huazhong university of science & technology, Wuhan, China, 1998;

Master of Computer Science, Huazhong university of science & technology, Wuhan, China, 2002;

Ph.D. in Computer Science, Huazhong university of science & technology, Wuhan, China, 2011.

Professional Experience

Assistant(1998-2003); School of Computer Science and Technology of Huazhong university of science & technology.

Lecturer(2003-present) ; School of Computer Science and Technology of Huazhong university of science & technology.

Working Papers

  • Haibo Li, Yuanzhen Wang, Levin Lv. A Method of Improving the Efficiency of Mining Sub-Structure in Molecular Structure Database. Proceedings of the 24th British National Conference on Databases.  Glasgow, UK. 2007.
  • Haibo Li, Yuanzhen Wang, Qiong Zuo. Hybrid mining algorithm for frequent unordered trees. Journal of Huazhong University of Science and Technology, 2009, 37(5).
  • Haibo Li, Yuanzhen Wang. Frequent subgraphs mining algorithm based on prefix node. Application Research Of Computers, 2009, 36(1).

Courses Taught

  • Assembler language programming

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