Yuchen Liu is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science at NC State University. He received his Ph.D. degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology. His research covers broad areas of networking, computing, and communication, spanning wireless networking and systems, mobile computing, AI/machine learning for networks, new communication paradigms, optimization and algorithms. Yuchen also seeks to develop novel software and testbeds for the evaluations of computer networks with enhanced efficiency and run-time scalability. All research topics are investigated using theory, algorithms, simulation, and experimental techniques, which aim to increase the intelligence, capacity, and robustness of next-generation network systems that support emerging applications on mobile edges, and enable the freedom experience via untethered and smart connectivity for work, entertainment, social connections, health, etc.
- Embedded and Real-Time Systems
- Networking and Performance Evaluation
- Scientific and High Performance Computing
CSC Spring Courses
- CSC 570-003 LEC Computer Networks TTh 4:30pm-5:45pm Room: 1230 Engineering Building 2
- CSC 570-603 LEC Computer Networks Room: Distance Education - Online
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