The Data Mining Group (DMG), founded by Professor Jiawei Han, is part of the Database and Information System (DAIS) Lab of the CS Department at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
Our group have been working on a wide range of topics related to data mining, including:
Our research has been supported by various governments agencies (e.g., ARL, NSF, NIH, NDSEG, NASA, DTRA) and companies (e.g., Google, Microsoft, IBM, Yahoo!).
Fangbo Tao has passed the final PhD exam and defended his thesis titled "Text Cube: Construction, Summarization and Mining". Congratuation!Learn More →
Prof. Xifeng Yan, our group's alumnus, has received Visa Research Facutly Award for his contributions in the areas of data mining, machine learning and artificial intellignece.Learn More →
Dr. Meng Jiang has joined the CSE Department at the University of Notre Dame. His research focuses on developing data-driven approaches of online behavior analysis.Learn More →
Prof. Jian Pei, our group's alumnus, has received 2017 ACM SIGKDD Innovation Award Research Facutly Award for his contributions to the foundation of data mining and applications, particularly in pattern mining and spatial data mining.Learn More →
Xiang Ren will join the faulty of USC Computer Science in Spring 2018. His research interests include machine learning and data-driven methods for knowledge acquisition from text.Learn More →
Jingbo Shang has received Google Fellowship for his research on turning unstructured text data into structured knowledge network with very little human effort.Learn More →
Xiang Ren has received 2017 David J. Kuck Outstanding M.S. Thesis Award for his work on effective citation recommendation by information network-based clustering.Learn More →
Huan Gui has passed her PhD final exam and defended her thesis titled "Low-rank Models for High-dimensional Data: Theory and Application". Congratuation!Learn More →