Mengxuan Zhang

Lecturer

Picture of Mengxuan Zhang

Location
Hanna Neumann Building #145

Email
mengxuan.zhang@anu.edu.au

Clusters
Data Science & Analytics

Website
https://sites.google.com/view/mengxuanzhang

Publications
ORCiD
dblp
Google Scholar

Social
LinkedIn

Interests

Database

  • Query processing, indexing, and optimization of database

Route Planning

  • Efficient/dynamic/constrained/diversified/scalable routing

Research

Dr Mengxuan Zhang’s research area is the management of databases (spatial and graph databases) by enhancing query processing performance. Her current research focuses on designing efficient route planning and routing optimization algorithms to address challenges in real-life navigation scenarios. Application of her research traffic management, logistic planning, carpooling scheduling, robot path planning, and social network analysis.

Project and PhD Supervision

  • Research Projects. You can find her projects here and email her if you are interested.
  • PhD Supervision. She is looking for PhD students with a solid foundation in Computer Science, great implementation skills, and strong motivation. If you want to do your PhD under her supervision, email her directly before checking out her research expertise.

Biography

Dr Mengxuan Zhang is a Lecturer at the School of Computing, the Australian National University. Before joining ANU, she worked as a postdoc at Iowa State University and a Research Associate at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

Education

Dr Mengxuan Zhang received her PhD from the University of Queensland, Australia in 2021. Before that, she obtained a Master’s degree in Engineering from the Dalian University of Technology, China in 2017 and a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering from Wuhan University of Science and Technology, China in 2014.

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