Tiantian Qin

Visiting Assistant Professor
Department of Statistics
West Lafayette, Indiana, 47906, USA
Voice: (+1) 765 496-9557
Fax: (+1) 765 494-0558
E-mail: tqin@purdue.edu

Education
Curriculum Vita
Research
    I am currently interested in Biomedical informatics research, especially to integrate biomedical systems, organize micro bio-marker (gene, SNP, or protein) information according to functional networks, and then combind micro bio-marker with macro patient profile data to predict norval diagnosis and treatment methods.
    Journal Articles
    • Zhou, L, J, Burgoon, D. Twitchell, and Qin, Tiantian
      A Comparison of Classification Methods for Predicting Deception in Computer-Mediated Communication. Journal of Management Information Systems, 20(4), 139-165. 2004
    • Burgoon, J. K., and Qin, Tiantian
      The Dynamic Nature of Deceptive Verbal Communication. Journal of Language and Social Psychology (JLSP). 2007.
    Conference Proceedings
    • Zhou, Lina, Doug, Twitchell, Qin, Tiantian, Burgoon, Judee K and Nunamaker, Jay F.
      An Exploratory Study into Deception Detection in Text-Based Computer-Mediated Communication. The 36th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2003), BEST PAPER AWARD.
    •  Burgoon, Judee. K., Blair, J. P., Qin, Tiantian
      Detecting Deception through Linguistic Analysis. The First NSF/NIJ Symposium on Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI 2003).
    • Qin, Tiantian, Burgoon, Judee, Nunamaker. Jay F.
      An Exploratory Study on Promising Cues in Deception Detection and Application of Decision Tree. The 37th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2004).
    • Qin, Tiantian, Burgoon, Judee
      An Empirical Study on Dynamic Effects on Deception Detection, Proceedings of the second NSF/NIJ Symposium on Intelligence and Security Informatics (ISI 2004), Tucson, AZ. 
    • Qin, Tiantian, Burgoon, Judee, Blair, J, and Nunamaker ,Jay F.
      Modality Effects in Deception Detection and Applications in Automatic Deception Detection. The 38th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS 2005).
    • Burgoon, Judee and Qin, Tiantian 
      The Dynamic Nature of Deceptive Verbal Communication. The Interpersonal Communication Division of the National Communication Association (NCA), Boston, 2005.
    • Qin, Tiantian, Burgoon, Judee
      An Investigation of Heuristics of Human Judgment in Detecting Deception and Potential Implications in Countering Social Engineering. IEEE International Conference on Intelligence and Security Informatics, 2007.  
    Research in Progress
    • Qin, Tiantian. Evaluate the Redundancy and Consistency of Biomedical Database Regarding Human Curated Information. Submitted, 2009.
    • Qin, Tiantian. Connecting Gene (Genotype) Functional Network with Severity Level of Disease(Phenotype). In Progress, 2009.
    • Qin, Tiantian. A System Approach to Facilitate Human Curation Especially in Large Scale Literature Mining. In Progress, 2009.
Teaching

    Taught: STAT 503 Statistical Methods for Biology (Fall 2007-present)
    MIS 373 Operations Management (Summer 2004)
    STAT 201 Basic Statistics Experiments (Fall 2004)
    Assisted: MIS 465/565 Management for Quality Improvement (Fall 2004)
    MIS 555 Strategy of Management (Fall 2003, Spring 2004)
    MIS 421 System Modeling and Simulation (Fall 2004)

Professional Activities
  • Reviewer for the book, Statistics for the Life Sciences, 4 edition, by Samuels and Witmer, 2008.
  • Reviewer for ISI 2003, 2004
  • Reviewer for HICSS 37(2004), HICSS 38(2005)
  • Co-author of the proposal "Deception and Intent Detection: Automated Behavioral Analysis to Protect U.S. Ports of Entry" (NSF 2004)
  • Co-author of the proposal "Automated Understanding of Interpersonal Interaction: Fusing Verbal, Vocal and Visual Features to Derive Metacommunicative Meanings" (NSF 2005)
  • Student Member of the Association for Information Systems (AIS)
  • Student Member of the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM)