Welcome to TULIP!

TULIP is the abbreviation of Team for Universal Learning and Intelligent Processing, a research lab at Deakin University, Australia. Since 2006, TULIP has started to take Honors students, Master by Research students, and Ph.D. students.

Our research interests include machine learning and data mining, behavior informatics, pattern recognition and data privacy. We have received ARC, CRGS, FaST, DU-UB, HK GRF and HKPU grants since 2006. Currently, the following research projects are carried out by TULIP members:
  • Data Science
  • Business Intelligence
  • Differential Privacy
  • Group Behavior Analysis, etc.
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  • CVPR 2019 Acceptance We congratulate TULIP Lab's first computer vision paper has been accepted by CVPR 2019.ID: 2334Title: Polynomial Representation for Persistence DiagramCongratulations to Dr Qian Li, and Dr ...
    Posted Mar 11, 2019, 3:38 PM by Gang Li
  • Research Funded by Indian SPARC Scheme We are happy to know that TULIP collaborative research project "Intelligent anomaly detection system for encrypted network traffic" with Prof. Aswani Kumar Cherukuri (VIT University, Vellore) has been funded by ...
    Posted Feb 10, 2019, 4:52 AM by Gang Li
  • KSEM 2018 Best Paper Award We congratulate Miss Shaoni Wang on the KSEM 2018 best paper award, for her work Group Outlying Aspect Mining. Well done and keep up the great work.
    Posted Aug 20, 2018, 8:19 PM by Gang Li
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Ph.D. Student (Domestic or International): TULIP Lab takes new Ph.D. students every year. Applicants who are interested in joining TULIP Lab should lodge their HDR application on or before Oct 31 annually and aim to start the candidature from January, the next year. We are looking for new members who are interested in related research topics

Honors Student: If you are a Deakin student, it is highly recommended that you work as an internship trainee in TULIP before you start your honors study. 



For all inquiries, please contact TULIP Lab director