Dr. Yang earned her MS and PhD degrees in Computer Science and Software Engineering from Auburn University. Her research focuses on designing Cyber Security Modules with their implementations and evaluations, secure code analysis and visualization using static analysis tools, and application security on various platforms such as stand-alone software systems and cloud-based or mobile applications. The research also focuses on computing and cyber security education including the participation of women. The research has been supported by the grants awarded from NSF, NSA, and A&M-SA’s Initiative seed fund, and her current research projects include: 1) NSF grant project entitled “Recruiting and Retaining Students into Computing” with Cyber Security Module implementations and evaluations 2) Internal grant project, “Building a Secure Code Analyzer in a Cloud-Based Programming Environment. Dr. Yang has intensive experience in undergraduate/graduate curriculum development and student mentoring over 10 years of teaching experience. She currently serves as an ABET coordinator for the Computer Science program.
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