Data Mining and Graph Data Mining Lab

The mission of data mining laboratory is to develop effective and efficient data analysis techniques for emerging data intensive applications.

Our research focuses on data mining and big data analytics, with application to urban computing, human mobility modeling, wireless intelligence, recommender systems, consumer analytics, and health care.

Current projects

  • Smart transportation systems
  • Mobile recommendation systems
  • Data-driven urban planning
  • Self-optimizing wireless networks
  • Human mobility modeling
  • Urban Abnormalities

Current Funding Sources

  • Missouri S&T

Faculty Researchers

Dr. Jennifer Leopold

Associate Professor

Areas of Interest

Qualitative Spatial Reasoning, Programming Languages, Scientific Visualization, Ontologies, Database Accessessibility and Analysis

Dr. Yanjie Fu

Assistant Professor

Areas of Interest

Data Mining, Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Reinforcement Learning from Spatial-Temporal Networked Data, Transportation Systems, Power Grid, User and System Behavior Analysis, and Healthcare