School of Software,
Beijing 100084, China
Tel: +86 10 6279 5393
Office: Room 11-405, East Main Building
Dr. Chaokun Wang received the B.Eng. degree in computer science and technology, the M.Sc. degree in computational mathematics and the Ph.D. degree in computer software and theory in 1997, 2000 and 2005, respectively, from Harbin Institute of Technology, China. He joined the faculty of School of Software at Tsinghua University (THSS) in February 2006, where currently he is an Associate Professor. He has published over 80 refereed papers, got two best paper awards at international conferences and holds thirteen patents. In addition, He is the Leader of the Working Group of Graduate Students in THSS since June 2013.
Social Networks; Knowledge Graphs; Multimedia Computing; Big Data Systems;
Earthquake Ground Motions Selection; Data and Software Protection
Research on Query Processing for Generalized Data, NSFC (PI, Jan. 2014 - Dec. 2017)
Research on Key Techniques on Discovering Potential Important Members in Social Networks, NSFC (PI, Jan. 2012 - Dec. 2015)
Research on Earthquake Ground Motions Selection, TNLIST (PI, Jul. 2010 - Jun. 2012)
Native Music Data Model and Query Language, NSFC (PI, Jan. 2009 - Dec. 2011)
Reviewer for NSFC, BJNSF, ZJNSF, HENSF.
Editorial Board Member of Journal of Information Technology and Architecture.
Program Committee Co-Chair of WASA 2014.
Program Committee Co-Chair of USDM 2012.
Local Organization Co-Chair of APWEB 2011.
PC member of
AAAI 2017, AAAI 2016, WASA 2016, NDBC 2016, SOCIALCOM 2016, WASA 2015, NDBC 2015, VARA 2015, APWEB 2014, ASONAM 2014, CSoNet 2014, NDBC 2014, VARA 2014,
BSIC 2013, VARA 2013, IUCC 2013, APWEB 2013, BSI 2013, EDB 2013, NDBC 2013, NDBC 2013 (Demo track), DASFAA 2013 (Demo track), WAIM 2013, MSTD 2013,
SNSDB 2012, FCST 2012, VARA 2012, USDM 2012 [Program(draft)], SCA 2012, EDB 2012, NDBC 2012, NDBC 2012 (Demo track), APWEB 2012, SNSM 2012,
FCST 2011, USDM 2011, CSN 2011, NDBC 2011 (Demo track), APWEB 2011, VARA 2011, FCST 2010.
LaFT-Explorer : Latent Friendship Transitivity Tools
G-Path : Flexible Path Pattern Queries on Large Graphs
MUSIZ : Music Resizing with Stretching, Cropping and Insertion
MapDupReducer : Detecting Near Duplicates over Massive Datasets
TSEER : A Novel Earthquake Wave Search System
An Introduction to Modern Database Systems (84100162): Fall, 2010-2016
Architecture of Computer and Network (II, 34100344, with Prof. Fan): Spring, 2014-2016; Fall, 2016
Digital Media (II, 44100415, with Prof. Chen&Ding): Fall, 2014-2016
Principles of Compiler Design (34100162): Fall, 2007-2012
Assembly Language Programming (44100323): Summer, 2009-2012
Programming on Mobile Platforms (84100162): Fall, 2008-2009
Principles of Compiler Design (34100173): Fall, 2006