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Research Keyword: Computer Science and Engineering

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Faculty: Rajasekaran, Sanguthevar
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Rajasekaran conducts research in the area of Applied Algorithms. Some of the areas he has worked in are: out-of-core computing, computational biology, parallel sorting and selection, packet routing, web-caching, learning theory, model checking, random variate generation (computer simulations), optimization, cryptography (authorization, authentication, secret sharing), particle simulations, coastal wave simulations, mobile computing, and image processing.
Categories | Keywords: algorithms, Computer Science and Engineering

Faculty: Russell, Alexander
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Quantum computing and information theory is the study of basic computational and information-theoretic problems in the context of modern (rather than classical) physics. It turns out that quantum mechanics has far-reaching–and in some cases quite counter-intuitive–impact on these problems.
Categories | Keywords: computational complexity of classical and quantum algorithms, Computer Science and Engineering, cryptography, distributed computing, harmonic analysis, pseudorandomness

Faculty: Sheehy, Donald
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Sheehy’s work focuses on two areas related to organizing, representing, and querying geometric objects or data.  The first is mesh generation.  This field is concerned with finding discrete representations of smooth functions.  The second is topological data analysis.  This field generalizes many popular data analysis paradigms such as clustering or principle component analysis.  The […]
Categories | Keywords: algorithms, computational geometry, Computer Science and Engineering, mesh generation, topological data analysis

Faculty: Shin, Dong-Guk
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Shin’s research has been focusing on analyzing next generation sequencing data, building visual user interfaces for scientific user communities, and mining of massive amount of data to turn them into knowledge base systems. In addition, he has been addressing a broad range of research and development issues involving databases of various data types (images, […]
Categories | Keywords: bioinformatics, Computer Science and Engineering, data mining, database interoperability, knowledge-based systems, man-machine interaction, scientific databases, user interfaces

Faculty: Shvartsman, Alexander
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Shvartsman is a leader in the field of distributed fault-tolerant computing. He pioneered a new approach to combining fault-tolerance and efficiency in distributed computing, and his research substantially advanced the state-of-the-art in distributed cooperative computing and survivable consistent memory systems for dynamic networked systems. His research in the field of electronic voting systems security, […]
Categories | Keywords: Computer Science and Engineering, distributed computing and fault tolerance, electronic voting systems and security, formal specification and modeling, parallel and distributed algorithms

Faculty: Wang, Bing
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Wang’s research has been focused on computer networking and distributed systems. Her main research falls into the following areas: (1) Application and techniques related to computer networks and wireless networks, including WiFi networks, mobile ad-hoc networks, sensor networks, and cellular networks; (2) Fault diagnosis and reliability enhancing techniques for wireless networks; (3) Novel applications […]
Categories | Keywords: big data analysis, computer networking, Computer Science and Engineering, distributed systems, wireless networking

Faculty: Wu, Yufeng
Department: Computer Science & Engineering
Excerpt: Dr. Wu’s research has been focused on in computational biology and bioinformatics. He is mostly interested in solving problems that are biologically important but not adequately addressed computationally. A large part of his work is devoted to the design, analysis and implementation of practical algorithms for important biological problems. Most of his current work is […]
Categories | Keywords: algorithms, bioinformatics, computational biology, Computer Science and Engineering, high-throughput sequencing data analysis, population genetics

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