|Date||August 2, 2017 (Wednesday)|
|Profile||Scientia Professor, The University of New South Wales|
|Title||Advances in Big Graph Processing|
Graphs are very important parts of Big Data and widely used for modelling complex structured data with a broad spectrum of applications such as bioinformatics, web search, social network, road network, etc. Over the last decade, tremendous research efforts have been devoted to many fundamental problems in managing and analysing graph data. In this talk, I will first overview our recent research efforts in processing big graphs including scalable processing theory and techniques, distributed computation, and system framework. We will also look to the future of the area.