Muhammad Aamir Cheema

Muhammad Aamir Cheema

Lecturer and Australian Research Fellow (DECRA)
Clayton School of Information Technology,
Faculty of Information Technology
Monash University

Office: 113, 25 Exhibition Street, Monash University, Clayton 3168 VIC
Phone: +61 3 9905 9662

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Last modified: Tuesday, 08th September, 2015


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08-Sep-2015 I have been invited to give a talk at Distinguished Lecture Series at APWeb 2015.
15-Aug-2015 I will be giving a tutorial on Influence Computation in Spatial Databases at APWeb 2015.
05-Mar-2015 Our paper, "Optimal Spatial Dominance: An effective search of Nearest Neighbor Candidates", is accepted by SIGMOD 2015.
07-Nov-2014 Our paper, "Reverse k Nearest Neighbors Query Processing: Experiments and Analysis", is accepted by PVLDB 2015. Click here to access the source code, psuedocodes, data sets, scripts etc.
27-Jun-2014 I have received Dean's Award for Excellence in Research by an Early Career Researcher and have been nominated for Vice-Chancellor's Award.


Muhammad Aamir Cheema is currently a Lecturer (since Nov-2013) at Monash University and an Adjunct Lecturer at UNSW. Prior to this, he was a Research Fellow (2011-2013) at School of Computer Science and Engineering at The University of New South Wales (UNSW), Australia. He obtained his Ph.D. degree (2008-2011) under the joint supervision of Prof. Xuemin Lin and Dr. Wei Wang from UNSW, Australia. His Ph.D. thesis studied efficient processing of proximity-based spatial queries such as reverse k nearest neighbors queries, range queries and k-closest pairs queries. The thesis was awarded 2012 Malcolm Chaikin Prize for Research Excellence in Engineering. His current research interests include spatial databases, uncertain databases, data privacy and data quality.

Before he started Ph.D., he served as Associate Lecturer at School of Computer Science and Engineering, University of New South Wales, Australia. He taught Database Systems (COMP9311) in 07s2. He received Masters by Research degree in Computer Science and Engineering from UNSW, Australia (2005-2007) under the supervision of Prof. Xuemin Lin. The research problem addressed in the thesis was related to Nearest Neighbor Queries in Spatio-Temporal Databases. Interested readers can read this thesis (in form of HTML pages) or pdf file. He completed Bachelor of Electrical Engineering (specialization in Computers) from UET Lahore, Pakistan, from 2001 to 2005.

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