Dejun (DJ) Yang
Department of Computer Science
I am an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Colorado School of Mines. I direct the NEMOS (Networking and Mobile Sensing) Lab. Before joining Mines, I received my PhD in Computer Science at Arizona State University, under the supervision of Prof. Guoliang Xue.
Note: I am looking for self-motivated and hardworking students who are interested in tackling challenging resource allocation and security/privacy problems in networking, Internet of Things, blockchain, and mobile sensing, using algorithmic, optimization, game theoretic, and machine learning approaches. If you are interested in these areas and working with me at Mines, please send me an email with your CV, transcripts, publications if applicable, and everything that you think may increase your chances.
- BS in Computer Science, Peking University, 2007
- PhD in Computer Science, Arizona State University, 2013
- [April 2021] One paper has been accepted by Internet of Things Journal (IoT-J).
- [March 2021] One paper has been accepted by Transactions on Networking (TON).
- [March 2021] I received a grant from Mines Proof of Concept Fund.
- [Feb 2021] One paper has been accepted by Transactions on Vehicular Technology (TVT).
- [Dec 2020] One paper has been accepted by INFOCOM 2021.
- [Oct 2020] One paper has been accepted by Transactions on Networking (TON).
- [Aug 2020] I received an NSF grant on Payment Channel Networks.
- [July 2020] I will serve as TPC co-chair for ICC 2022 Mobile & Wireless Networks symposium.
- [June 2020] I will serve as the INFOCOM 2021 Workshop Vice Chair for Information Systems.
- [April 2020] One paper has been accepted by MobiHoc 2020.
Colorado School of Mines
Golden, CO 80401