New Faculty Fall 2015

The CSE Department is pleased to announce the addition of four new faculty members this fall. Drs. Yinzhi Cao and Ting Wang will join the department as assistant professors and Drs. Eric Fouh Mbindi and Jason Loew will join as professors of practice.

Yinzhi Cao Yinzhi Cao was a postdoctoral scientist at Columbia University. He earned his Ph.D. in computer science at Northwestern University. His research focuses on the security and privacy of the web, smart phones, and machine learning. He has published twelve papers at various security conferences, such as the Network and Distributed System Security (NDSS) Symposium, the Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC) and the International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN). Dr. Cao will teach Network Security (CSE 343/443) this fall.
Ting Wang Ting Wang recently held the position of research scientist at IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center. His research invents new concepts and methods empowering large-scale data mining as well as bridges disciplinary boundaries for application of these advances to privacy, security, and trust issues. Ting is the recipient of a major innovation award for "Big Data Analytics for Cybersecurity" from IBM. Prior to joining IBM, Ting completed his Ph.D. in computer science at Georgia Institute of Technology with Prof. Ling Liu as his advisor. This fall Dr. Wang will teach Data Mining (CSE 347/447).
Erich Fouh Eric Fouh Mbindi received his Ph.D. from Virginia Tech this past spring. He was a student in the algorithm visualization research group, advised by Clifford Shaffer. He is broadly interested in building learning technologies that make teaching and learning easier, and has contributed to research in a wide variety of areas including computer science education and digital libraries. Dr. Fouh Mbindi will teach a section of Fundamentals of Programming (CSE 2) and Programming and Data Structures (CSE 17) this fall.
Jason Loew joins us from Valdosta State University where he was an assistant professor. He is a Ph.D. graduate from Binghamton University in Computer Science. His research focused on microarchitectural modifications geared towards performance enhancement on multi-threaded and multi-core microprocessors. Programming Languages (CSE 262), Operating System Design (CSE 303) and Design and Analysis of Algorithms (CSE 340) will be taught by Dr. Loew this fall.
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