Mengyu Qiao (2011)

Associate Professor

Computer Science and Engineering

Education

B.E., Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications
M.S., New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
Ph.D., New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology

Contact/Location

Mengyu.Qiao@sdsmt.edu
(605) 394-2722
M 109D (campus map)
Research Expertise
My research interests include, but not limited to, Information Security, Multimedia Processing, Digital Forensics, Mobile Computing, Computer Networks, Bioinformatics, Data Mining, Machine Intelligence and Computational Applications.
Brief Bio
I am currently an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science at South Dakota School of Mines and Technology. I received my Ph.D. degree and M.S. degree in Computer Science from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology (USA) in 2011 and 2009. Before pursuing my graduate study in the USA, I worked as a software engineer and received my B.S. degree in Software Engineering from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications (China) in 2006.
Teaching
South Dakota School of Mines and Technology CSC/Math 110 Survey of Computer Science and Mathematics, 1 cr. (Undergraduate) CSC 150/150L Computer Science I/Lab, 3 cr. (Undergraduate) CSC 426/526 Cybersecurity, 3 cr. (Undergraduate/Graduate) CSC 441/541 Networking and Data Communications, 3 cr. (Undergraduate/Graduate) CSC 470 Software Engineering, 3 cr. (Undergraduate) CSC 484 Database Management Systems, 3 cr. (Undergraduate) CSC 790 Seminar, 1 cr. (Graduate) CSC 412 Cryptography, 3 cr. (Undergraduate, Guest Lecture) CSC 300 Data Structures, 3 cr. (Undergraduate, Guest Lecture) Prior to joining SDSM&T CSE 221 Computer System Organization CSE 489 Introduction to Pattern Recognition CSE 589 Computational Pattern Analysis CSE 342 Formal Languages and Automata (Guest Lecture) CSE 331 Computer Architecture (Guest Lecture) CSE 589 Data Mining and Machine Learning (Guest Lecture) CSE 389 Information Security and Protection (Guest Lecture)
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