Ke Yi 易珂
Office: Room 3552 (via lifts 25, 26)
[CV] [Publications] [Programming team]
Algorithms on massive data; databases; data streams; data summarization; data structures; algorithms on distributed data; external memory algorithms; computational geometry.
Exploiting the rich interdependence between theory and practice is the main theme of my research. I always strive to design algorithms with nice theoretical guarantees that also work well in practice. I like simple algorithms with nontrivial and elegant analyses. I like theories that bring insights to how things should be done in practice (this includes lower bounds!).
I belong to both the Theoretical Computer Science group and the Database group at HKUST.
Overview slides on some topics of my recent interests
Tracking Distributed Data
Dynamic Indexability and the Optimality of B-trees and Hash Tables
An overview article in Chinese: 大数据算法
Students and Postdocs
Former students and postdocs:
COMP 3711: Design and Analysis of Algorithms
Courses taught in the past:
COMP 3711: Design and Analysis of Algorithms (Fall'08, Spring'09, Fall'09, Fall'11, Fall'12, Fall'14)
COMP 3721: Theory of Computation (Spring'11, Spring'12, Spring'13)
COMP 5711: Advanced Algorithms (Fall'14)
COMP 573: Computational Geometry (Spring'10)
COMP 6311D: Hot Topics on Big Data: Algorithms, Analytics and Applications (Fall'13)
COMP 670S: Data Stream Algorithms (Fall'10)
COMP 670R: Hashing (Fall'09)
COMP 670Q: I/O-Efficient Algorithms and Data Structures (Spring'08)
I am the coach of the HKUST programming team. Contact me if you are interested in solving challenging algorithmic problems (and traveling to places for free!).
Email: user name in the firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: +852-2358 8770
Fax: +852-2358 1477