Dejing Dou Promoted to Associate Professor
Congratulations to Dejing Dou for his promotion to Associate Professor with tenure in the department of Computer and Information Science, in recognition of his outstanding contributions in research, teaching, and service.
Prof. Dou's research focuses on ontologies, information integration, data mining, biomedical informatics and the Semantic Web by combining knowledge-driven and data-driven approaches to address three critical theoretical and practical issues in processing and managing real world data and knowledge: heterogeneity, reusability and scalability. He has been the principal or co-principal investigator on several research grants from NSF and NIH. His work has been published in leading journals and conferences in the field. Prof.Dejing Dou leads the Advanced Integration and Mining (AIM) Lab where he and a team of students and faculty work on projects including the OntoGrate, Neural ElectroMagnetic Ontologies (NEMO), Ontology-based Information Extraction, and Internet Routing Forensics (IRF) projects.
See Professor Dou's web site for more information about his research and teaching.