Meng Su, Ph.D.

Meng Su, Ph.D.
Associate Professor, Computer Science and Software Engineering
Office Phone
Office Location
170 Burke
PENN STATE BEHREND
242 BURKE CENTER
ERIE PA 16563
Biography

Dr. Meng Su is an Associate Professor of Computer Science and Software Engineering at Penn State Behrend, and chair of the Computer Science and Software Engineering Department. He received his B.S. in Mathematics, M.S. in Computational Mathematics from Nanjing University, China, and both the M.S. in Computer Science and the Ph.D. 1999 in Mathematics from the Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

Before joining the faculty at Penn State Behrend in 2000, Dr. Su taught at the Southern Illinois University at Carbondale 1999-2000 and was a member of the faculty at the East China University of Science and Technology in Shanghai 1987-1995. His original training was in nonlinear analysis and computational mathematics. Currently, his research is more involved in massive data analysis and application of machine learning to problems in informational retrieval, which are cross-disciplinary areas of computer science and mathematics.

Dr. Su is a member of the Association for Computing Machinery ACM and the Association for the Advancement of Artificial Intelligence AAAI.


Courses Taught

  • CMPSC 122 - Intermediate Programming
  • CMPSC 221(old CMPSC360)/ SWENG311 - Object-Oriented Programming in Java
  • CMPSC 360 - Discrete Mathematics for Computer Science
  • CMPSC 457 - Computer Graphics
  • CMPSC 459 - Scientific Visulization
  • CMPSC 461 - Programming Language Concepts
  • CMPSC 465 - Data Structures and Algorithms¬†
  • CMPSC 474/ CMPEN441 - Operating System & Systems Programming

 

Research Interests

Machine learning (manifold learning), Data Mining, Nonlinear Analysis, Numerical Analysis.

Publications

Multi-Agent Diffusion of Decision Experiences, International Journal on Artificial Intelligence Tools - October (4th Quarter/Autumn), 2013
Collaborator: Xiaocong Fan, Co-Author

Impact of Splitting Granularity on Multi-agent Diffusion Computing, 2011 IEEE/WIC/ACM International Conference on Intelligent Agent Technology (IAT) - 2011
Collaborator: Xiaocong Fan, Co-Author

Multi-agent Diffusion of Decision Experiences, Proceedings, 23rd IEEE/ International Conference on Tools with Artificial Intelligence - 2011
Collaborator: Xiaocong Fan

Choices of Variable Steps of the CQ Algorithm for the Split Feasibility Problem, Fixed Point Theory Journal - 2011
Collaborators: H Xu; F Wang

Applying Diffusion Distance for Multi-Scale Analysis of An Experience Space, Symposium Proceedings on Manifold Learning - 2010
Collaborators: Xiaocong Fan; W Ge

The Impacts of Diffusion Kernals on Recognition-primed Multi-agent Decision Making, Proceedings, IEEE/WIC/AMC IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Agent Technology - 2010
Collaborator: Xiaocong Fan

Using Geometric Diffusions for Recognition-Primed Multi-Agent Decision Making, Proceedings, International Conference on Autonomous Agents and Multiagent Systems - 2010
Collaborator: Xiaocong Fan, Co-Author

Remarks on the Gradient-Projection Algorithm, Journal of Nonlinear Analysis and Optimization - 2010
Collaborator: H Xu

Applying Diffusion Distance for Multi-Scale Analysis of an Experience Space - November, 2010
Collaborator: Xiaocong Fan, Co-Author

Global Solutions of Parabolic Equations with Nonlinear Boundary Conditions, Communications on Applied Nonlinear Analysis - 2007

An Approach of Composing Near Optimal Invalidations Reports, Proceedings, International Conference on Mobile Data Management - 2005
Collaborators: C Wang; W Hou

Grid File with Approximation: An Improved Approach for Multi-Dimensional Nearest Neighbor Search, Proceedings, 2005 International Conference on Information and Knowledge Engineering - 2005
Collaborators: C Lou; C Wang; W Hou

Composing Optimal Invalidation Reports for Mobile Databases, Journal of Digital Information Management - 2005
Collaborators: W Hou; C Wang

Illustrating the Curse of Dimensionality Numerically through Different Data Distribution Models, Proceedings, Association for Computing Machinery International Conference, International Symposium on Information and Communication Technologies - 2004
Collaborator: I Eccles

Variation of Constant Formulas for Parabolic Boundary Problems, Communications on Applied Nonlinear Analysis - 2004

Applications of Modified Global Existence Theorems of Cauchy Problem, Journal of Nonlinear Studies - 2002

Global One-to-One and Surjection by Means of Attraction Basins, Communications on Applied Nonlinear Analysis - 2002

An Optimal Construction of Invalidation Reports for Mobile Databases, Association for Computing Machinery International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management Proceedings (ACM CIKM) - 2001
Collaborators: W Hou; H Zhang; H Wang

A Non-Linear Parameter Dependent Boundary Value Problem in One Dimension Space, Semigroup Forum - 2001
Collaborator: R Grimmer

Initial Value Problem and Global Homeomorphism, Proceedings, American Mathematical Society - 1995

On Global Existence Theorems of Initial Value Problems, Communications on Applied Nonlinear Analysis - 1994

Solutions of Nonlinear Operator Equations in Banach Spaces with Applications, Nonlinear Analysis, TM - 1994
Collaborator: H Xu

The Monotone Iterative Technique for First Order Differential Equations, Mathematica Japonica - 1993
Collaborators: H Xu; X Lu

The Meaningful Way to Mathematics, Nature Journal (Zhi Ran Za Zhi in Chinese) - 1989

Existence and Uniqueness of Solutions to Nonlinear Equations, Nanjing Daxue Xuebao Shuxue Bannian Kan - 1988
Collaborator: Z Shen

Education

MS, Computer Science, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

Ph D, Mathematics, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale

MS, Numerical Analysis, Nanjing University

BS, Mathematics, Nanjing University