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In addition to being gifted instructors, computer science faculty are pursuing a wide variety of research in areas such as intelligent systems, networking, computing, software engineering, systems, embedded software, cyber security and human language technology.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

faculty profiles

jasonJason Jue works on optimizing the movement of vast quantities of information over the Internet using high-bandwidth optical technology. An associate professor of computer science, he and his graduate students are exploring issues such as the dynamic allocation of optical bandwidth to support IPTV, e-science and other applications. Theyre also addressing the survivability and reliability of optical networks. Read his profile...

 

sandaSanda Harabagiu, associate professor of computer science and holder of the Erik Jonsson School Research Initiation Chair, is a natural language processing expert. Her primary interest is question answering, a rapidly growing field that develops algorithms for searching through immense amounts of information. Read her profile...

 

 

hamlenKevin Hamlen, an assistant professor of computer science, has dedicated himself to the field of language-based security. He develops automated program-rewriting technologies for enforcing security policies that constrain the behavior of untrusted code. Among the advances Dr. Hamlen has helped develop is Mobile, an extension of the .NET Common Intermediate Language. Read his profile...

 

neerajNeeraj Mittal is interested in building distributed systems that can tolerate faults. An assistant professor of computer science, his work is intended to enable multiple computers to continue working together on a complex problem even when one or more of the computers fail. Hes also doing research concerning the emerging field of cognitive radio as well as the security of wireless sensor networks. Read his profile...

 

yang liuYang Liu, an assistant professor of computer science, works at the intersection of language and computing. I fell in love with speech and language processing as an undergraduate, and Ive been working on it ever since, she says. It combines theory with real-world applications, and you can work on natural-language problems from the perspectives of either electrical engineering or computer science. Read her profile...