Yongrui (Louie) Qin, PhD

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Yongrui (Louie) Qin

Senior Lecturer

School of Computing and Engineering

University of Huddersfield

United Kingdom


*New* [11th January 2018] Welcome Siamka Karimi to join our research team as a PhD student.

*New* [8th January 2018] Welcome Benjamin Agbo to join our research team as a PhD student.

*New* [September 2017] A Research Project funded by General Mobility and Transport, European Commission, 2017-2018

*New* [October 2016] Click this link for more information Our new book Managing the Web of Things 1st Edition: Linking the Real World to the Web is going to be released on 17th February 2017.

Short Bio

Louie is a Senior Lecturer in School of Computing and Engineering, University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom. He obtained a PhD degree from University of Adelaide, Australia, and both Masters degree and Bachelor degree from Fudan University, China, all in Computer Science. During PhD study, he spent six months as a Research Intern at DERI, Galway, Ireland (now The Insight Centre for Data Analytics). His main research interests include Internet of Things, Web of Things, Semantic Web, data management, data mining and mobile computing. He has published more than 60 refereed technical papers, including publications in prestigious journals, such as ACM Computing Surveys, IEEE Trans. on Parallel Distributed Systems, ACM Trans. on Internet Technology, World Wide Web Journal, Journal of Network and Computer Applications, and IEEE Internet Computing, as well as reputable international conferences, such as SIGIR, EDBT, CIKM, CAiSE, WISE, ICWS, SSDBM and DASFAA.


Office: SJ3/09, the Spärck Jones building, Queensgate Campus

Email : y.qin2 ATT hud.ac.uk

To Prospective Research Students (PhD or Masters by Research)

If you are interested in doing research in one of the below areas (or other areas relevant to Knowledge and Information Systems) at PhD level or Masters level, please drop me an email with your CV for further discussions. Fee waiver scholarships are available to excellent applicants. You may need to find extra financial support to cover your living expenses during your studies.

  • Internet of Things

  • Web of Things

  • Semantic Web

  • Linked Data

  • Data Management

  • Information Retrieval

  • Data Mining

  • Data Visualization

  • Cloud Computing

  • Distributed Computing

  • Mobile Computing

  • E-Learning and Online Learning

  • Cognitive Computing

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