Wenjuan Cui is an Associate Professor in the Computer Network Information Center, Chinese Academy of Sciences. She received her BSc (2009) from Shandong University and Ph.D. degree (2013) from City University of Hong Kong. Her research interests include data mining, recommender systems and semantic analysis. She has published papers in several journals and conferences. In recent years, she is dedicated to designing mining and analysis algorithms for certain fields, such as foodborne diseases detection, big scientific data analysis, etc.
Wenjuan Cui has concentrated on the techniques of big data mining and analysis for many years. During her Ph.D., she mainly focused on designing data mining and machine learning algorithms to solve the problem of pathogenic gene detection. Since she worked in Chinese Academy of Sciences, she has participated in several projects on big scientific data management and analysis, accumulated rich experience in the field of big data analysis. In recent years, she has been committed to the research on data mining algorithms related to public health, undertaken project in the field of foodborne disease detection, and published related papers. During this period, she has been concerned about epidemiological related research.