In this talk Professor Yong Tang will give an overview of the collaborative social network, SCHOLAT, created by him and his team for research and education purposes.
SCHOLAT is a social network designed by our team, which is to meet the demands of most teachers, researchers and students for their collaboration in education and research.
In this talk, Professor Yong Tang will introduce the main functions of SCHOLAT, which include:
- management academic information
- create academic circle
- cooperative platform for researching and education
- academic search engine
He will also discuss the research and application based on SCHOLAT.
Professor Yong Tang is Dean of the School of Computer Science at South China Normal University (SCNU).
He also serves as the Director of Services Computing Engineering Research Centre of Guangdong Province.
He was vice Dean of School of Information of Science and Technology at Sun Yat-Sen University, before he joined SCNU in 2009.
He is a Distinguished Member and the vice director of Technical Committee on Collaborative Computing of China Computer Federation (CCF).
He has also served as general or program committee co-chair of more than 10 international and national conferences.
His current interests include knowledge and data engineering, temporal database, cooperative computing, social network services and big data applications.
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