Bin Tang

Associate Professor
Department of Computer Science
California State University, Dominguez Hills
Carson, California 90747
Email: btang at
Office: NSM E-117
Phone: (310) 243-2510 (o)
β€œThe happiest people don't have the best of everything, they make the best of everything.” ― Anonymous
Bin Tang is an associate professor of Department of Computer Science at California State University, Dominguez Hills. He received his Ph.D. degree (2007) in Computer Science from Stony Brook University (advisor: Dr. Himanshu Gupta) and was a member of WINGS Lab directed by Dr. Samir R. Das. He received M.S. degrees of Computer Science (2002) and Materials Science (2000) from Stony Brook University, and B.S. of Physics (1997) from Peking University, China.

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My research interest lies at the intersection of data, networking, and algorithms. I am particularly interested in identifying and solving new algorithmic problems concerning data placement, storage, and replication in emerging networks. My current focus is on virtual machine and virtual network function in policy driven data centers. I also worked on data preservation in wireless ad hoc sensor networks and data anonymity and anonymizing systems in information security.

I believe that every student has potential to succeed as long as we engage with him/her with full support. My educational goal is that some of my students can pursue graduate degrees or PhDs, and come back to CSUDH Computer Science Department to teach as my colleagues.

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