Zehua Zeng

I am a third year Ph.D. student at Department of Computer Science, Unversity of Maryland, College Park, affiliated with Human-Computer Interaction Lab (HCIL). My research interests include Visualization, Visual Analytics, and Human-Computer Interaction.

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Operating System

Languages

Research Experiences

  • Graduate Research Assistant, May 2016 - Present

    Human-Computer Interaction Lab, UMCP

    Project 1: Supporting Team-First Visual Analytics through Group Activity Representations

    Project 2: GroupNotes: Integrating Textual Annotations into Multidimensional Visual Dashboards

  • Undergraduate Research Assistant, Aug 2014 - Jul 2015

    Natural Language Processing Group
    Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences

    Project 1: Chinese Word Segmentation of POC-tagging

    Project 2: Chinese Named Entity Recognition System

    Project 3: Exploiting Pseudo Training Instances for Sequence Labeling Tasks

  • Undergraduate Research Assistant, Apr 2014 - Sep 2014

    Institute of Computer Science and Technology, Peking University

    Project: Dense Subgraph Maintenance under Streaming Edge Weight Updates Story Identification

  • Undergraduate Research Assistant, Feb 2014 - Jun 2014

    Future Network Theory and Application Laboratory, BUPT

    Project: Research of the Distribution of Traffic Using in Mobile Business

Work Experiences

  • R&D Engineer, Jan 2015 - Jul 2015

    Natural Language Processing Department, Baidu Inc.

    Word-sense Disambiguation based on Huge-scale Baidu Query Log and Baidu Encyclopedia

Teaching Experiences

  • Graduate Teaching Assistant, FALL 2015, SPRING 2016, SUMMER 2016, Fall 2016, SPRING 2017

    Department of Computer Science, UMCP

    Dr. Nelson Padua-Perez: CMSC131 Object-Oriented Programming I

    Dr. Larry Herman: CMSC132 Object-Oriented Programming II

    Dr. Anwar Mamat: CMSC132 Object-Oriented Programming II

    Dr. Fawzi Emad: CMSC132 Object-Oriented Programming II

    Dr. Tom Reinhardt: CMSC131 Object-Oriented Programming I

Education

  • Sep 2015 - Present

    University of Maryland - College Park,

    Ph.D. Student, Department of Computer Science

    GPA: 3.83

  • Sep 2011 - Jul 2015

    Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications,

    Bachelor's Degree, School of Informatio n and Communication Engineering

    GPA: 88/100

Publications

Persentations

  • Zehua Zeng. Supporting Team-First Visual Analytics through Group Activity Representations. Graphic Interface 2017. University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada (May 19, 2017).

    Zehua Zeng. Supporting Team-First Visual Analytics through Group Activity Representations. 34th HCIL Symposium 2017. University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, United States (May 25, 2017).

Projects

  • Interactive Website

    GroupNotes: Integrating Textual Annotations into Multidimensional Visual Dashboards

    Human-Computer Interaction Lab, UMCP

    We explore an adaptive annotation technique called GroupNotes for presenting annotations, which are associated with subsets of the dataset, on top of any visualization irrespective of the scale of data shown or the design of visual representation itself by grouping and ordering textual annotations.

  • Interactive Website

    Supporting Team-First Visual Analytics through Group Activity Representations

    Human-Computer Interaction Lab, UMCP

    We achieve group awareness by collecting the state of each analyst’s exploration and then representing the common state using both (1) in-situ which shows the focus regions of all users integrated in the visualizations themselves using color-coded selection shadows, as well as (2) ex-situ showing the data coverage of each analyst using a parallel coordinate plot or a scatterplot.

  • Interactive Website

    Construction of Femtocell Networks Simulation Platform

    Beijing Key Laboratory of Network System Architecture and Convergence, BUPT

    The project is designed to build the Femtocell Simulation Platform to implement the power allocation of Macrocell Base Stations and Femtocell Base Stations. Afterwards, it compares the signal-to-noise ratio among several power allocation algorithms, such as Water Filling algorithm, Average Power Allocation algorithm and so on.

Contact Info

+1 (240)472-6811

www.cs.umd.edu/~zzeng