Chun-Hua (Hyman) Tsai (蔡鈞華)

Welcome to my home page. I am a Ph.D. Student at School of Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh. I hold an MS from National ChengChi University and a BA from the Tamkang University. Also been to Norwegian School of Economics as an exchange student. 

I have a ten-year hand on experience of PHP, SQL and Web System Administration with several projects. During my Ph.D. study, I have proven the ability to conduct academic researchers with strong analytical skills and passion for data across disciplines. Besides, my extensive public affair participation experience supports strong communication skills and willingness to take the initiative to contribute beyond basic responsibilities.

My research interest is in the integration with disparate discipline due to my diverse education and work experience. I am now working with Dr. Peter Brusilovsky and Dr. Yu-Ru, Lin in Recommendation System, Data Mining and Visualization, Social Network and Link Prediction related research topics. 


  • In 2017, my short paper was accepted by UMAP 2017 at Bratislava, Slovakia.
  • In 2017, I won the 2017 GPSG Leadership & Service Award
  • In 2017, my doctoral consortium paper was accepted by IUI 2017 at Cyprus. 
  • In 2016, I serve as teaching assistant at School of Information Sciences
  • In 2016, I start my summer internship at Diamond Kinetics as Data Science Engineer
  • In 2016, my short paper was accepted by Hypertext 2016 at Halifax, Canada
  • In 2016, my workshop paper was accepted by BigScholar 2016 at Montreal, Canada
  • In 2016, my poster paper was accepted by iConfernece 2016 at Philadelphia, PA, USA.
  • In 2015, my poster paper was accepted by ICTD2015 at Singapore.
  • In 2015, my poster paper was accepted by iConference 2015 at Newport Beach, CA, USA 
  • In 2014, my poster paper was accepted by Web Science 2014 at Bloomington, IN, USA
  • In 2013, I got the Ph.D. program admission from University of Pittsburgh.
  • In 2011, I obtained Scholarship from Taiwan Government to support my Ph.D. study.

Last Updated: April 5th, 2017