Jiaoyan Chen

Contact Information

Office: 2.91, Kilburn Building, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PL UK

Email: firstname.lastname@manchester.ac.uk, firstname4ai@gmail.com

Twitter, UoM Website

Biography

I'm a permanent Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Department of Computer Science, University of Manchester, and also act as a part-time Senior Researcher in Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford.

Before that, I was a full-time Senior Researcher at Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford, reporting to Prof. Ian Horrocks, and worked very shortly as a PostDoctoral Researcher in GIScience in Heidelberg University. My Ph.D in Computer Science and Technology was awarded in Zhejiang University in 2016 for the research on learning and reasoning for spatio-temporal data, and my Bachelor degree in Computer Science and Technology was awarded in Zhejiang University as well in 2011. I was a visiting student of Department of Informatics, Zurich University from 2014 to 2015.

Research Interests

My research interests focus on knowledge graphs (including ontologies):

I am recruiting PhD students in UoM! All the knowledge graph related topics are very welcomed. Please email your CV to me or directly apply our projects online: Project1, Project2, Project3, Project4.

I am also recruiting a 3-year postdoctoral on knowledge graph and ontology in UoM, funded by the following EPSRC OntoEm project. Email me your CV if you have interests.

Research Grants and Projects

I'm also working on the personal knowledge graph construction project funded by Samsung Research UK and the e-commerce taxonomy curation projection funded by eBay. I have finished working for quite a few knowledge graph related projects such as the AIDA project of the Alan Turing Institute.

Academic Services

Industrial Activities

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Teaching

Student (Co-)Supervision