Welcome Guanhua Yan
Guanhua Yan joined the Computer Science Department from Los Alamos National Laboratory. He received his Ph.D. from Dartmouth College. His research areas span cyber security, big data, networking, and modeling & simulation.
Welcome Yifan Zhang
Yifan Zhang joined the Computer Science Department in Fall 2014. He received his Ph.D. from the College of William and Mary. His general research interests are computer systems in mobile computing and wireless networks.
Assistant Professor David Liu won the NSF Career Award, joining our two previous awardees, Michael Lewis and Kartik Gopalan. David's research area is energy-aware programming. David is also the recipient of a recent Google faculty research award.
With support from an NSF CAREER grant, Binghamton researcher Timothy Miller aims to slash the energy used by computing systems. | Discover-e
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