Jia Yu obtained his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Arizona State University (advisor: Mohamed Sarwat) in Summer 2020. Jia’s research focuses on database systems and geospatial data management. In particular, he worked on distributed data management systems, database indexing, and data visualization. He is the main contributor of several open-sourced research projects such as GeoSpark, a cluster computing framework for processing big spatial data.
Here is a one-page summary of my research.
I will join
Washington State University
Tenure-Track Assistant Professor
in Computer Science in Fall 2020. I am actively looking for PhD students to join me in Fall 2020 or Spring 2021. Please read
Ph.D. in Computer Science, 2020
Arizona State University
BEng in Software Engineering, Outstanding Graduate, 2013
Northwest Agriculture and Forestry University, China (西北农林科技大学)
Micrsoft SQL Server
SIGMOD 2020 research paperALEX: An Updatable Adaptive Learned Index
relational model, SQL and DB2 DBMS
SIGMOD 2019 research paperDesigning Succinct Secondary Indexing Mechanism by Exploiting Column Correlations
VLDB 2019 demo paperHERMIT in action: Succinct secondary indexing mechanism via correlation exploration
Slides of my talks are usually available unless forbidden by Non-Disclosure Agreements