I am a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Computer Science at University of Illinois at Chicago since 2010. I am in Prof. Philip S. Yu's data mining group. My research focuses on user behavior, social influence, and information diffusion in social networks.
Shuyang Lin, Qingbo Hu, Jingyuan Zhang, Philip S. Yu, “Discovering Audience Groups and Group-Specific Influencers” (ECML/PKDD '15) (pdf)
Qingbo Hu, Sihong Xie, Shuyang Lin, Senzhang Wang, Philip S. Yu, “CENI: a Hybrid Framework for Efficiently Inferring Information Networks”, (ICWSM '15) (pdf)
Fengjiao Wang, Guan Wang, Shuyang Lin, Philip S. Yu, “Concurrent Goal-oriented Co-clustering Generation in Social Networks” (ICSC '15) (pdf)
Qingbo Hu, Sihong Xie, Shuyang Lin, Wei Fan, Philip S. Yu, “Frameworks to Encode User Preferences for Inferring Topic‐sensitive Information Networks” (SDM '15)
Qingbo Hu, Guan Wang, Shuyang Lin, Philip S. Yu. “Silence Behavior Mining on Social Networks” (CollaborateCom ’13) (pdf)
Sihong Xie, Guan Wang, Shuyang Lin, Philip S. Yu “Review Spam Detection via Temporal Pattern Discovery” (KDD ’12) (pdf)
Charu Aggarwal, Shuyang Lin, Philip S. Yu “On Influential Node Discovery in Dynamic Social Networks” (SDM ’12) (pdf)