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Saturday June 24, 2017

Jing Yang

Position: Assistant Professor
The University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Computer Science
Office: Woodward Hall 435-C
Telephone: 704-687-8375
Email: jyang13@uncc.edu

Education: Ph.D. Computer Science; Worcester Polytechnic Institute (2005)
Personal web site: http://www.cs.uncc.edu/~jyang13/
Research: http://www.cs.uncc.edu/~jyang13/LMDV/index.htm
Jing Yang

Biography:

I am an assistant professor in the CS department of UNC Charlotte. I got my Bachelor's degrees in Computer Science and Engineering Mechanics from TsingHua University in 1997. I went to Worcester Polytechnic Institute in 2000 and got my Ph.D. in Computer Science in May 2005. My advisors were Matthew O. Ward and Elke. A. Rundensteiner.  

Research Interests:
  • Information Visualization
  • Visual Analytics
  • Visualization


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