Qiong Luo is a Professor at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST). Her research interests are in big data systems, parallel and distributed systems, and data-intensive applications. Current focus is on data management on modern hardware, GPU acceleration for data analytics, and data processing support for e-science. Qiong received her Ph.D. in Computer Sciences from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, her M.S. and B.S. in Computer Sciences from Beijing (Peking) University, China.
Qiong's HKUST Faculty Profile
I am on leave from CSE and am serving as Professor of the Data Science and Analytics (DSA) Thrust at the newly estabilished HKUST (Guangzhou) campus. My HKUST (Guangzhou) Faculty Profile is up. DSA is recruiting both faculty members and PhD students.
I am serving as a Program Committee Co-Chair for EDBT 2024 to be held in Paestum, Italy in Mar 25-28, 2024.
We will have three rounds of research paper submissions, in February, June, and October respectively.
The Rapids Group at HKUST and our GitHub page
Past projects: Catalac: Pervasive Query Processing, including GPUQP: Query Processing on the GPU, and Mars: MapReduce on the GPU.
Publication Records @: DBLP,
Program Committee Co-Chair: EDBT 2024 to be held in Paestum, Italy in Mar 25-28, 2024.
Current program committees:
ICDE 2023 (Area Chair).
Distributed and Parallel Databases, Springer (2013 - present)
The VLDB Journal, Springer (2021 - present)
Teaching & Advising
Fall 2022: Graph Processing and Analytics (Graduate Topics Course)
Current graduate students:
- Zhuoyang Chen (PhD, started in 2022)
Yiran Cheng (PhD, started in 2020, co-advised by Yangqiu Song)
- Yicheng Hu (PhD, started in 2022)
- Guanghua Li (PhD, started in 2022)
- Yixin Liu (PhD, started in 2020)
- Xiaozhe Ren (PhD, part-time, started in 2020, co-advised by Tong Zhang)
- Chuhan Shi (PhD, started in 2019, co-advised by Xiaojuan Ma),
- Xibo Sun (PhD, started in 2019)
- Ruoqi Wang (PhD, started in 2022)
- Tong Xu (PhD, started in 2021, co-advised by