CIS department newest faculty member, Assistant Professor Dejing Dou

Dejing Dou portrait

The CIS department welcomes our newest faculty member, Assistant Professor Dejing Dou, whose research focuses on practical as well as theoretical aspects of Artificial Intelligence, Databases, Biomedical Informatics and the Semantic Web.

Dr. Dou’s work has focused on ontology integration and ontology translation for the Semantic Web and web-based databases. His current research work focuses on human-computer interactive and machine learning tools for ontology (database schema) mapping and merging, data integration and data mining for biomedical informatics.

Dr. Dejing Dou finished his Ph.D. from Yale University in August 2004. He also received his M.S. degree from Yale and his B.E. degree from Tsinghua University (China), in 2000 and 1996, respectively.

Dr. Dou offered a graduate seminar entitled “Semantic Information Integration” in Fall, 2004. He will teach database and data mining courses in 2005. More information about Dr. Dejing Dou can be found at his website: