Zhichao Cao’s research interests lie broadly in Internet of Things (IoT) systems, edge computing and mobile computing. He mainly focuses on developing computation and networking systems to enable deep intelligence in various industrial scenarios. In wild oil fields, he develops OilNet, which provides a high-speed and easy-to-deployment mesh back-bone newtork, for various production and security purposes.
Dr. Josh Nahum primary involvement with the department has been to teach a variety of undergraduate courses including CSE 220, CSE 232, CSE 440, CSE 450, CSE 480, and many others. He enjoys cycling around Lansing and learning new programming languages. He has a German Shepard named Mal and 4 ferrets.
Kristen Marie Johnson is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. Her research interests include the application of natural language processing and machine learning techniques for social computing and computational social science. She received her PhD from Purdue University in August 2019.