Hi! I'm Lu Zhou, a third year Ph.D. student of Data Semantics Laboratory at Wright State University. I have a Master's degree in computer engineering from Wright State University in 2014. After graduation, I worked as a software engineer in University of Texas at Austin. And then, I decided to come back and pursue doctoral degree.
I am currently working with Dr. Pascal Hitzler and Dr. Michelle Cheatham. My research interests lie within Ontology Alignment, Data Integration, Natural Language Processing, Applied Machine Learning, Knowledge Representation, Knowledge Graph Completion and Information Retrieval. In particular, I am trying to utilize NLP techniques to improve the performance of Ontology alignment, and create complex alignment benchmark and automatic system to detect the complex correspondences.
I am happy to work in the semantic web area and meet experts to discuss many fascinating ideas. Everyday is fresh and full of challenges.
I can be reached at zhou [dot] 34 [at] wright.edu and kbzhoulu [at] gmail [dot] com
I am a subreviewer of the following conferences: EKAW 2016, PricOn 2016, ESWC 2017, ISWC 2017, ESWC2018, ISWC2018
I am one of the organizers of the complex track in Ontology Alignment Evaluation Initiative (OAEI).