I am a Ph.D. student in Computer Science at University of Southern California (USC), advised by Prof. Craig Knoblock. Before joining USC in 2016, I earned my B.E. in Computer Science from HCMC University of Technology (honor program) in 2015.
I am generally interested in machine learning, mainly focusing on techniques for knowledge graph construction. My current research is about semantic modeling for automatically publishing structured data sources to knowledge graphs. More information is available on my resume.
Auto-crawling online sources to retrieve expertise of employees of a company, then predicting the software and hardware used in the company. A list of vulnerabilities is obtained by linking the software and hardware to the CVE database.
Learning Semantic Models of Data Sources Using Probabilistic Graphical Models
Binh Vu, Craig Knoblock, and Jay Pujara
In Proceeding WWW ‘19 The World Wide Web Conference, 2019
D-REPR: A Language for Describing and Mapping Diversely-Structured Data Sources to RDF
Binh Vu, Jay Pujara, and Craig Knoblock
In Proceeding K-CAP ‘19 Proceedings of the Knowledge Capture Conference, 2019