Email: zlin48 [at] gatech [dot] edu
I have been researching with Georgia Tech Professor Polo Chau in areas including Visualization, HCI and Data Mining.
I am a part of the Reinforcement Team in Professor James McClellan's Vertically Integrated Project (VIP), Intelligent Tutoring System. My responsibilities include helping design and implement the reinforcement question selection algorithm and relevant UI.
Each year since 1947, the Georgia Tech Chapter of Sigma Xi has honored Georgia Tech faculty and students for their research at the annual Spring Awards Banquet. Honored to be one of the only two undergraduate awardees.
The Convergence Innovation Competition (CIC) is an annual event produced by Georgia Tech Research Network Operations Center (GT-RNOC) and the Institute for People and Technology (IPaT). The overarching goal of the CIC is to create innovative and viable products and experiences including a strong user experience and a business case. My team's submission was a mobile-based scavenger hunt campus tour app.
The Experiencing HPC for Undergraduates program provides exposure to HPC research topics and techniques for undergraduate students at the sophomore level and above. Selected to be one of the 25 undergraduate awardees.
The Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program competitively funds individual requests by a student/faculty teams to support undergraduate student involvement in faculty research. Zhiyuan has received the President’s Undergraduate Research Salary Award (PURA) for Fall 2013. $1,500.
Faculty honors includes all degree-seeking undergraduates who during the preceding term made an academic average of 4.00, completed a schedule of at least 12 hours of coursework on a letter-grade basis with no W grades, and are not on academic warning or probation or subject to any disciplinary action. (All grades must be reported.)
Graduated from Accelerated Learning Laboratory as valedictorian.
1st place in Math Application, 2nd place in Fermi Question, 4th, 5th and 6th places respectively in Technical Problem Solving, Chemistry Lab, and Helicopter.
It was a programming competition, in a form similar to ACM-ICPC. Participants were asked to write programs solving some problems in a limited amount of time.
It uses Intel's newest hardware and software tools for expanding the Internet of Things. It features coding on the Galileo board and access to data processing through the Cloud. Our project was preseved by the organizers.
GIT MAD's semi-annual Hackathon. Worked with two other teammates. I worked on the back-end math/algorithms and part of UI elements.
The team I as in created an experience sharing Android mobile app.
A competition held by Google consisted of five different events. Participated with four other teammates.
GIT MAD's semi-annual Hackathon. Worked with two other teammates. The part I worked on was mainly the back-end engine along with the algorithm that the mobile campus tour-guiding app was using.
This is a computer programming competition in Georgia Tech held for Freshmen.
Charles D. Stolper,
Duen Horng Chau
Work-In-Progress Poster, CHI 2014. April 26 - May 1, 2014. Toronto, Canada.
Duen Horng Chau
Demo, ICDM 2013. December 7 - 10, 2013. Dallas, Texas, USA.
Duen Horng Chau
Poster Abstract, IEEE VIS 2013. October 13 - 18, 2013. Atlanta, GA, USA.
Duen Horng (Polo) Chau,
Workshop Paper, IEEE BigData'13 Scalable Machine Learning: Theory and Applications. October 6 - 9, 2013. Santa Clara, CA, USA.
Duen Horng (Polo) Chau,
Workshop Paper, Workshop on Information in Networks (WIN 2013). October 4 - 5, New York, NY.
A single-machine large-scale graph computation project that leverages Memory Mapping to boost its efficiency. Working in collaboration with PhD students, professors and researchers from Georgia Tech and Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST). A paper about this project is under review for WWW'14 Conference.
The project is a scalable, interactive single-machine graph visualization system to support multi-resolution exploration of million-node graphs in real time. By adapting a fast state-of-the-art graph algorithm to decompose the graph, the prototype system generates a multi-resolution view of graphs with up to 69 million edges under a few seconds. A new web-based server-client version of the system is under development.
Design, test and use systems to enhance student learning in Tech courses by applying techniques that include video and data mining, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and human-computer interfaces. This is a Georgia Tech's Vertically-Integrated Project (VIP).
This is an Android mobile app as course work of class CS 2340 finished in a team of five people. The mobile app is aimed to help people report items they've found and search for their lost items on a database-based platform.
|Spring 2014||CS 4540||Advanced Algorithms|
|CS 2200||Systems and Networks|
|Fall 2013||CS 4460||Introduction to Information Visualization|
|CS 3510||Design and Analysis of Algorithms|
|CS 2110||Computer Organization and Programming|
|Spring 2013||CS 2340||Objects and Design|
|CS 2050||Introduction to Discrete Math|
|Fall 2012||CS 1332||Data Structure and Algorithms|
|Spring 2014||MATH 3215||Probability and Statistics|
|Fall 2013||MATH 3012||Applied Combinatorics|
|Spring 2013||MATH 2605||Calculus III for Computer Science|
|Fall 2012||MATH 1512||Calculus II - Honors|
Aimed to help prospective international students find more information about Georgia Tech and the United States.
Helped develop and maintain GTCFA's website.
Maintain and update the club's website.
Helped write a proposal for Faculty Materials, Supplies and Travel Grants for Undergraduate Research and got approved for summer 2013. $1,000.