Min Li currently is a Research Staff Member within Scalable NLP group at IBM Almaden Research Center. Her research interests span areas of data integration, large scale data analytics and distributed and operating systems. She is pationate about systems research in these areas.
She currently focuses on large scale entity resolution. She is working on performance optimization and active learning of HIL, a high level declarative language for entity population and resolution.
Before joining the Scalable NLP group, she worked on performance optmization, benchmarking of data analytic platforms including MapReduce and Spark.
She received her Ph. D. from Computer Science department of Virginia Tech in May 2014. During her Ph.D study, she was a member of DSSL led by Dr. Ali. R. Butt at Virginia Tech. She was a recipient of IBM PhD Fellowship for two consecutive years (2012 - 2013).
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