Dejun (DJ) Yang

I am the Ben L. Fryrear Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Colorado School of Mines. I direct the NEMOS (Networking and Mobile Sensing) Lab.

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, mobile sensing, 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.

  • [July 2016] Our paper on privacy-preserving incentive mechanism design for crowdsensing is accepted to CNS'2016.
  • [July 2016] Our paper on spectrum auction design under the physical interference model is accepted to GLOBECOM'2016.
  • [May 2016] Congratulations to Yuhui Zhang for receiving her MS degree! Welcome her to join our group as a PhD student.
  • [March 2016] I was invited to serve as a TPC member at INFOCOM 2017.
  • [November 2015] Our paper "SpecWatch: Adversarial Spectrum Usage Monitoring in CRNs with Unknown Statistics" has been accepted by INFOCOM 2016.
  • [May 2015] I received the 2015 EECS JR. Faculty Research Award.
  • [May 2015] Congratulations to Ming Li for receiving her MS degree! Welcome her to join our group as a PhD student.
  • [May 2015] Congratulations to Farshad Harirchi for receiving his PhD degree!
  • [April 2015] Our paper "Incentive Mechanisms for Crowdsensing: Crowdsourcing with Smartphones" has been accepted for publication in IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking.

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Department of Computer Science
Colorado School of Mines
Email: djyang at mines dot edu