Professor Hai Zhuge





ACM Distinguished Scientist

Fellow of British Computer Society

Distinguished Visiting Fellow of RAEng

Project Chief Scientist of National Basic Program of China

Email: zhuge(at)ict(dot)ac(dot)cn

  Keynote in 2003


Dr Hai Zhuge is a Distinguished Scientist of ACM and a Fellow of British Computer Society. His major research interest is to explore the fundamental issues on semantics, knowledge and dimension in a multi-disciplinary background. One of his contributions is semantic modelling. He created the Semantic Link Network model and the Resource Space Model and integrated them as a fundamental semantic space to support semantics-based management and exploration of various resource spaces. Research has established a uniform theory and method for modelling, organising, retrieving, and managing both cyber objects and concepts so that various information services can be efficiently provided with understanding. A set of high-performance semantics-based distributed platforms was established to provide a self-organised and adaptive architecture for efficiently sharing and managing various cyber objects. His model, theory and method have been applied to many applications, including summarisation, question answering and recommendation.

In recent years, he is leading research towards a new science and engineering for Cyber-Physical Society.

Awards and Recognitions:

[1] 2010's Distinguished Scientist of ACM. ACM's comment on Distinguished Scientist: "for significant advances in computing technology that have dramatically influenced progress in science, engineering, business, and many other areas of human endeavor.", and "significant accomplishments in, and impact on, the computing field."

[2] Four NSFC (National Science Foundation of China) grants were evaluated as Excellence (5%).  One of them was nominated as the 20-years' excellent achievement by NSFC.

[3] 2009's Harrison McCain Visiting Professorship Award from University of New Brunswick, Canada.
[4] 2008's Science and Technology Award of Beijing Government.

[5] 2007's Innovation Award of Chinese Computer Federation (Wang Xuan Award) for his Knowledge Grid Fundamental Theory.
[6] 2007's Nokia Excellent Teacher Award of Institute of Computing Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences.
[7] 2006's Excellent Supervisor Award of Chinese Academy of Sciences, the top education award of Chinese Academy of Sciences.
[8] 2006's Excellent Teacher Award of Chinese Academy of Sciences.
[9] 2006's Excellent Hundred Talent Plan of Chinese Academy of Sciences.
[10] 2005's Top Prize of SONY Excellent Research Award.
[11] 2004's Excellent Supervisor Award of Chinese Academy of Sciences.
[12] 2004's Excellent Teacher Award of Institute of Computing Technology.
[13] 2003's Excellent Research Team Award of Institute of Computing Technology.
[14] 2001's A Hundred Talent Plan of Chinese Academy of Sciences.
[15] Twenty-years’ National Distinguished Postdoctor Award. Premier Jiabao Wen, Vice President Qinghong Zeng, and Nobel Prize Winner Tsung Dao Lee attended the ceremony.



Editorial Services:

Associate Editor of the IEEE Intelligent Systems

Associate editor of Knowledge and Information Systems (Springer)

Advisory Editor of the Future Generation Computer Systems (-2010)

Associate-Editor-in-Chief of the Journal of Computer Science and Technology (-2010)

Associate Editor of Electronic Commerce Research and Applications (Elsevier, -2009)

Area Editor of the Journal of Systems and Software (Elsevier, 2003-2007)

Editorial board member of Information and Management (Elsevier, 2004-2008)


Conference Services:


Chairs or PC Chairs: SKG2005, GCC2005, SKG2006, SKG2007, SKG2008, SKG2009, CoopIS2009, SKG2010.

Senior PC: CIKM2010.

PC: WWW2008, IEEE SCC2008, ISWC2006, GRID2008, ISWC2008, IEEE SCC2009, IEEE SCC2010, Grid2010.



Research Area:

He focuses on the following three key issues in the Knowledge Grid and Semantic Grid area:

Resource Space Model - Semantic Link Network - Intelligent Clustering

He is also interested in the following areas under the background of the future interconnection environment:

Cyber Physical Society - Future Interconnection Environment Methodology - Knowledge Flow - Cultural and Ecological Computing



[1] H. Zhuge, From Big Data to Great Knowledge with Cognitive Cyber-Infrastructure, The 10th International Conference on Informatics and Systems, Cairo, Egypt, May, 2016.

[2] H. Zhuge, Mapping Big Data into Knowledge Space, Crakow Workshop on Grid Computing, Poland, CGW2015, October, 2015,

[3] H.Zhuge, The Complex Semantic Space Model, 20th IEEE International Conference on Collaboration Technologies and Infrastructures, June 27th-29th, 2011, Paris, France. (WETICE2011)

[4] World Computer Congress 2010's IFIP AI 2010, Australia. "A Light-Weight Semantics for Cyber Physical Socio Intelligence".

[5] The 24th International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (IEEE AINA2010): "Socio-Natural Thought Semantic Link Network: A Method of Semantic Networking in the Cyber Physical Society".

[6] The 9th International Conference on Asian Digital Libraries (ICADL2006, Panel Talk)

[7] The 4th Web Information System and Application

[8] The 7th Cracow Grid Workshop (CGW07)

[9] The 7th International Conference on Algorithms and Architectures for Parallel Computing (IC3PP07)

[10] The 1st Asian Semantic Web Conference (ASWC2006)

[11] The 8th International Conference on Electronic Commerce (ICEC2006)

[12] The 1st International Workshop on Autonomous Intelligent Systems - Agents and Data Mining (AIS-ADM2005)

[13] The 1st International Workshop on Massive Multi-Agent Systems (MMAS2004)

[14] The 5th and 6th International Conference on Web-Age Information Management (WAIM2004, WAIM2005)

[15] The 2nd International Conference on Grid and Cooperative Computing (GCC2003)


Selected Invited Talks at Universities:

[1] H.Zhuge, Semantic Networking in Cyber Physical Society, Computing Lab at Oxford, UK. June 26, 2010.

[2] H.Zhuge, Interactive Semantics, University of Waterloo, Canada. August 20, 2009.

Selected Publications:




[1] H.Zhuge, Multi-Dimensional Summarization in Cyber-Physical Society, Elsevier, 2016. ( Foreword, Preface, Table of Contents, Conclusion, References, Slides, Chapter1).

[2] H.Zhuge, The Knowledge Grid, World Scientific Publishing Co., Singapore, 2004. (Hardcover, Best Seller) (Foreword, Table of Contents, Chapter 1, Comment, Book Review 1, Book Review 2, Book Review 3, Book Review 4).

[3] H.Zhuge, The Web Resource Space Model, Springer, 2008. (Chapter 1, Book Review 1, Book Review 2).


Flagship Magazine Papers:


[1] H.Zhuge, The Future Interconnection Environment, IEEE Computer, 38 (4) (2005) 27-33.   (IEEE Flagship)

[2] H.Zhuge, Discovery of Knowledge Flow in Science, Communications of the ACM, 49 (5) (2006) 101-107. (ACM Flagship)

[3] H.Zhuge, Exploring an Epidemic in an E-Science Environment, Communications of the ACM, 48 (9) (2005) 109-114.

[4] H.Zhuge, Semantic Grid: Scientific Issues, Infrastructure, and Methodology. Communications of the ACM, 48(4)(2005)117-119.
[5] H.Zhuge and X. Shi, Toward the Eco-grid: A Harmoniously Evolved Interconnection Environment. Communications of the ACM, 47(9)(2004)78-83.
[6] H.Zhuge and X. Shi, Fighting Epidemics in the Information and Knowledge Age. IEEE Computer, 36(10)(2003)114-116.


Archival Journal Papers:


[1] H. Zhuge, et al, Query Routing in a Peer-to-Peer Semantic Link Network, Computational Intelligence, 21(2)(2005)197-216. (2009's Impact Factor:5.4)

[2] H.Zhuge, X.Sun, et al, A Scalable P2P Platform for the Knowledge Grid, IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 17 (12) (2005) 1721-1736.

[3] H.Zhuge and X.Li, Peer-to-Peer in Metric Space and Semantic Space, IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 19 (6) (2007) 759-771.

[4] H.Zhuge, X.Chen, X.Sun and E.Yao, HRing: A Structured P2P Overlay Based on Harmonic Series, IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, 19 (2) (2008) 145-158.

[5] H.Zhuge and L.Feng, Distributed Suffix Tree Overlay for Peer-to-Peer Search, IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 20 (2) (2008) 276-285.

[6] H.Zhuge, Y.Xing and P.Shi, Resource Space Model, OWL and Database: Mapping and Integration, ACM Transactions on Internet Technology, 8/4, 2008.

[7] H.Zhuge and X.Sun, A Virtual Ring Method for Building Small-World Structured P2P Overlays, IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, 20 (12) (2008)1712-1725.

[8] H.Zhuge, Communities and Emerging Semantics in Semantic Link Network: Discovery and Learning, IEEE Transactions on Knowledge and Data Engineering, vol.21, no.6, 2009, pp. 785-799.
[9] H.Zhuge, Interactive Semantics, Artificial Intelligence, 174(2010)190-204.

[10] H.Zhuge and J.Zhang, Topological Centrality and Its Applications, Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology, 61(9)(2010)1824-1841.

[11] H.Zhuge, etc., Probabilistic Resource Space Model for Managing Resources in Cyber-Physical Society, IEEE Transactions on Service Computing, 5(3)(2012)404-421.

[12] H.Zhuge, Semantic linking through spaces for cyber-physical-socio intelligence: A methodology, Artificial Intelligence, 175(2011)988-1019.

My Knowledge Grid Articles:


[1] H.Zhuge, China's E-Science Knowledge Grid Environment, IEEE Intelligent Systems, 19 (1) (2004) 13-17. (The Most Cited article in IEEE Intelligent Systems since 2004)

[2] H. Zhuge, The Knowledge Grid Environment, IEEE Intelligent Systems, vol. 23, no. 6, pp. 63-71, Nov/Dec, 2008



Papers reviewed by ACM Computing Review:

[1] H.Zhuge and X.Shi, Toward the Eco-Grid: A Harmoniously Evolved Interconnection Environment, Communications of the ACM, 47 (9) (2004) 79-83 (Review by Frank Land).

[2] H.Zhuge, Resource Space Model, Its Design Method and Applications, Journal of Systems and Software, 72 (1) (2004) 71-81 (Review by Julia Hodges).



Papers in DBLP


Papers and citations in Google scholar


Team Recruitment:

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