Latest News

(4/20) Teaching CS122B ("Projects in Databases and Web Applications") and STATS ("Project in Data Science") this quarter.
(3/20) Check the CoronavirusTwitterMap our team is developing to visualize coronavirus-related tweets.
(3/20) Our paper titled "Marviq: Quality-Aware Geospatial Visualization of Range-Selection Queries Using Materialization" has been accepted by ACM SIGMOD 2020.
(2/20) Our demo paper titled "Grosbeak: A Data Warehouse Supporting Resource-Aware Incremental Computing" has been accepted by ACM SIGMOD 2020.

Bio

Chen Li is a professor in the Department of Computer Science at UC Irvine. He received his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from Stanford University, and his M.S. and B.S. in Computer Science from Tsinghua University, China, respectively.  His research interests are in the field of data management, including data-intensive computing, query processing and optimization, visualization, and text analytics. He was a recipient of an NSF CAREER award and several test-of-time publication awards, a part-time visiting research scientist at Google, PC co-chair of VLDB 2015, and an ACM distinguished member. He is the treasurer and a board member of the VLDB Endowment. He was a co-founder and CTO of a startup to commercialize his research results.

Curriculum Vitae

Appointments

UC Irvine, CA

Professor
2001 – present

2012

Professor, UCI

2007

Asscociate Professor, UCI

2001

Assistant Professor, UCI

Education

PhD (CS) 
Stanford University

Stanford CA
1996-2001

MS (CS) 
Tsinghua University

Beijing China
1994-1996

BS (Management) 
Tsinghua University

Beijing China
1991-1994

BS (CS) 
Tsinghua University

Beijing China
1989-1994

Industry

SRCH2
Irvine CA

Founder
2010-2014

Google Research
Mountain View CA

 

Visiting Research Scientist
2005-2007

IBM

 

Supplemental Research Associate
2000-2001

HP Lab


Research Intern
Summer 1998

The Chinese University of Hong Kong 

Student Visitor
Summer 1995