Yuliang Li

Email: yuliang@megagon.ai

About me

I am a research scientist of the Megagon Labs. Before joining the Megagon Labs, I was a PhD graduate from UC San Diego (UCSD). My advisors are Alin Deutsch and Victor Vianu. I have worked on a wide variety of research topics. My PhD thesis is on the Verification of Data-driven workflows, a research direction that lies in the intersection of Database Theory, Software Model Checking and Business Process Management. A related project is to study high-level specification languages and automatic verification for smart contracts and Blockchain. I am recently more interested in subjective databases, a fascinating topic that combines data management and natural language processing. Before joining UCSD, I obtained my undergraduate degree in Computer Science from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology. During my undergraduate, I was also interested in Data Mining.

I was an intern in Google Research during 2013 Summer and in Microsoft Research during 2014 Summer. I was an intern in IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center during 2017 Summer.


PhD Thesis


Conference Papers

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Selected Awards from Programming Contests

Selected Awards