My name is Jiaming "Arthur" Qu (瞿佳明) and I am now a fourth-year Ph.D. student majoring in Information Science at School of Information and
Library Science, UNC Chapel Hill. I am advised by Dr. Yue Wang and Dr. Jaime Arguello. I also got my Master's Degree in Information Science here.
My research interests include but are not limited to Information Retrieval, Data Mining, and Interpretable Machine Learning.
Dec 2022: Our full paper, Understanding the Cognitive Influences of Interpretability Features on How Users Scrutinize Machine-Predicted Categories, has been accepted to CHIIR 2023!
Aug 2022: This summer I have been doing an internship in the Amazon Alexa AI Local Information group. In my internship project, I worked with language models for text classification tasks.
Sep 2021: I am recruiting participants for my research user study, if you are a graduate student at UNC, please check it out!
Sep 2021: Received the SIGIR student travel grant for CIKM 2021. Thanks SIGIR!
Aug 2021: Our full paper, A Study of Explainability Features to Scrutinize Faceted Filtering Results, has been accepted to CIKM 2021!