Yao Liu received her Ph.D. from George Mason University and a B.S. from Nanjing University. Her research areas include Internet mobile streaming, multimedia computing, Internet measurement and content delivery, and cloud computing.
With support from an NSF CAREER grant, Binghamton researcher Timothy Miller aims to slash the energy used by computing systems. | Discover-e
The CS department invites applications for four tenure-track assistant professor positions beginning in Fall 2014. We offer a competitive salary and start up package. | Details
Do you enjoy solving puzzles, investigating technology and approaching problems from unusual directions? Then computer science just might be for you.
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