Jia Yu is an Assistant Professor at Washington State University School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. He obtained his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Arizona State University in Summer 2020 under the guidance of Mohamed Sarwat. His research focuses on large-scale database systems and geospatial data management. In particular, he worked on distributed geospatial data management systems, database indexing, and geospatial data visualization. Jia’s research outcomes have appeared in the most prestigious database / GIS conferences and journals, including SIGMOD, VLDB, ICDE, SSTD and VLDB Journal. He is the main contributor of several open-sourced research projects such as Apache Sedona (incubating), a cluster computing framework for processing big spatial data, which receives 300,000 downloads per month and has users / contributors from major companies.
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06/15/2021: I will co-chair two workshops at ACM SIGSPATIAL 2021. The Call For Papers will be released soon.
05/10/2021: Invited to be a Program Committee member of ACM SIGSPATIAL 2021.
02/06/2021: Apache Sedona 1.0.0-incubating is released
12/13/2020: Invited to be a Program Committee member of VLDB (Very Large Data Bases) 2021 Demo Track.
11/30/2020: Invited to be a Program Committee member of SSTD (Symposium on Spatial and Temporal Databases) 2021.
09/21/2020: A journal paper about scalable geospatial data visualization has been accepted to VLDB Journal
07/06/2020: Our ALEX index, an updatable adaptive learned index, is now open-source on GitHub: Microsoft ALEX. Our implementation is a near drop-in replacement for std::map or std::multimap.
Ph.D. in Computer Science, 2020
Arizona State University
B.E. in Software Eng., Outstanding Graduate, 2013
Northwest Agriculture and Forestry University, China (西北农林科技大学, Project 985 & 211)