Li Hai Bo

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.


Selected Publications*

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).

Selected Cases

Awards and Honors

Courses Taught

Assembler language programming

Centers/Programs

In The Media