I am the Ben L. Fryrear Assistant Professor of Computer Science in the Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at Colorado School of Mines.
Note: I am looking for self-motivated and hardworking students who are interested in tackling algorithmic, optimization, and economic challenges across different areas, including networking, crowdsourcing, smart grid, and security and privacy. If you are interested in these areas and working with me at Mines, please send me an email with your CV, transcripts, publications if applicable, and everything that you think may increase your chances. Two Ben L. Fryrear Fellowships are available to highly qualified students. The fellowship includes up to four years of full tuition, benefits, stipend, and a budget for conference travel.
[Nov. 2014] Our paper "Truthful Incentive Mechanisms for Crowdsourcing" has been accepted by INFOCOM 2015.
[Nov. 2014] Dr. Yang gave a talk on "Payment and Cost Sharing Mechanisms for Renewable Energy Aggregation" at New Mexico State University.
[Sep. 2014] Dr. Yang received NSF funding for the project "EARS: Collaborative Research: Crowdsourcing-based Spectrum Etiquette Enforcement in Dynamic Spectrum Access," January 2015-December 2017.
[Aug. 2014] Dr. Yang received NSF funding for the project "NeTS: Small: Collaborative Research: Unleashing Spectrum Effectively and Willingly: Optimization and Incentives," September 2014-August 2017.
Department of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
Colorado School of Mines
Email: djyang at mines dot edu