Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University of North Texas, Denton, TX 76207-7102
qing.yang [at] unt.edu
Qing Yang, Ph.D, is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at University of North Texas. He received his Ph.D degree in Computer Science from Auburn University in 2011. Before joining UNT, he worked as an assistant professor in the Gianforte School of Computing at Montana State University. His research interests include Internet of Things, autonomous vehicular system, network security and privacy.
[Aug 2018] Our paper "Trustworthy Website Detection Based on Social Hyperlink Network Analysis" is accepted by IEEE Transactions on Network Science and Engineering.
[Jun 2018] Dr. Qing Yang serves as the leading guest editor of the special issue on "The Convergence of Blockchain and IoT: Opportunities, Challenges and Solutions" in the IEEE Internet of Things Journal.
[Mar 2018] Our paper "SERS: Social-aware Energy-efficient Relay Selection in D2D Communications" is accepted by IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology.
[Nov 2018] Our paper "Caching Scheme with Edge Nodes for Mobile Cyber Physical Systems" receives the Best Paper Award in the IEEE Cyber Science and Technology Congress,2017.
[Aug 2017] Dr. Qing Yang joined the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at University of North Texas.
[Jan 2017] Our paper "Harvest Energy from the Water: A Self-Sustained Wireless Water Quality Sensing System" is accepted by ACM Transactions on Embedded and Computing System.
[Nov 2016] Our paper "OpinionWalk: An Efficient Solution to Massive Trust Assessment in Online Social Networks" is accepted by IEEE INFOCOM 2017.
[Sept 2016] Our paper "The Next Generation Vehicular Networks: A Content Centric Framework " is accepted by IEEE Wireless Communication Magazine.