Liang Zhang

Liang Zhang is a Professor of Computer Science at Fudan University, China. He received both B.S. and Ph.D. degrees in computer science from Wuhan University, China. He has published over 70 journal and conference papers concerning multimedia databases, digital library, web services, and recently business process management (BPM). He is a Steering Committee Member of ICSOC, and has been the PC co-Chair of ICSOC 2013, and has served on General co-Chair of ICSOC 2012, publicity co-chair of BPM 2011, program co-chair of CBPM 2011, and NDBC 2011.

In recent years, Dr. Zhang has been focusing on compatibility and substitutability analysis for services, and artifact-centric approach to BPM. He has been collaborating with Jianwen Su’s group at the University of California, Santa Barbara, Jian Yang’s group at Macquarie University, and Marlon Dumas at Tartu University. Dr. Zhang’s research has been supported by NSFC and other national agencies.