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Ph.D., Assistant Professor
College of Engineering
Department of Computer Science
Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering (courtesy)
North Carolina State University
Office: Room 2272, EB II
Email: yuchen.liu at ncsu.edu
I received my Ph.D. degree at the Georgia Institute of Technology, worked with Dr. Douglas M. Blough in the Critical Networking Lab. I am currently a tenure-track Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (by courtesy) at North Carolina State University (NCSU).
Rapid technological innovations are necessary to keep up with ever-accelerating human demands, and my long-term research goals are to increase the intelligence, capacity, and robustness of network systems that support emerging applications on mobile edges, and to enable the freedom experience via untethered and smart connectivity for work, entertainment, social connections, health, etc. Therefore, my research covers broad areas of networking, computing, and communication, spanning:
- networking and systems (wireless, protocols, digital twins, Open RAN, and security)
- mobile computing (infrastructure mobility, robotic networked systems)
- machine learning for networking, sensing, and system design (distributed, reinforcement learning, self-awareness system, network data analytics)
- new communication paradigms (mmWave, THz, nextG Wi-Fi)
- optimization and resilience (theory, large-scale models and systems)
- software development and simulation (programmable networking, open-source testbed, ns-3)
I am looking for multiple Ph.D./M.S./Undergraduate students and Research Interns to work in the area of advanced networking and intelligence.
If you are a prospective student interested in applying to NCSU and working with me, please drop me an email at yuchen.liu at ncsu dot edu with your CV, and I will do my best to help in your journey once we have a commitment to each other.
“Challenge brings its own opportunity and solution”.