Professor Yuefan Deng received his BA (1983) in Physics from Nankai University and his Ph. D. (1989) in Theoretical Physics from Columbia University. He is currently a professor of applied mathematics (since 1998), and the founding co-director of the Institute of Engineering-Driven Medicine (since 2018), at Stony Brook University in New York. As an adjunct or visiting professor, he has worked at Columbia University, National University of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, and IBM T. J. Watson Research Laboratory. Prof. Deng’s research covers parallel computing, molecular dynamics, Monte Carlo methods, and biomedical engineering. The latest focus is on the multi-scale modeling of platelet activations and aggregations (funded by US NIH, New York State, and IBM) on supercomputers, parallel optimization algorithms, and supercomputer network topologies. He is the recipient (2016) of the State University of New York Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching.
ACM Student Research Competition: Graduate Poster
ACM Student Research Competition: Undergraduate Poster