Yi Yang

Associate Professor / Co-chair, Department of Fine Arts

yyang@fontbonne.edu
314-889-4513
Office: Ryan 414

Education

  • PhD in Computer Science and Engineering, Pennsylvania State University (University Park), 2010

Awards

  • 2018, Faculty Member of Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society, at Fontbonne University
  • 2016, Faculty Member of Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society, at Fontbonne University
  • 2013, Burns Faculty Fellowship, School of Engineering, the Catholic University of America, Washington DC
  • 2008, Research Assistant Award, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA

Courses Taught

  • CIS 432: Ethical Hacking, Fontbonne University
  • CIS 380: Web Development Security, Fontbonne University
  • CIS 250: Algorithms and Data Structures, Fontbonne University
  • CIS 215: Database Fundamental and Web Server Programming, Fontbonne University
  • CIS 120: Overview of Computer and Information Science, Fontbonne University

Scholarly Interests

  • Cybersecurity
  • Network Security
  • Computer Science

Publications

Jianqun Cui, Shuqin Cao, Yanan Chang, Libing Wu, Dan Liu, and Yi Yang, “An Adaptive Spray and Wait Routing Algorithm Based on Quality of Node in Delay Tolerant Network”, IEEE Access journal, 2019

Chu Huang, Sencun Zhu, and Yi Yang, “An Evaluation Framework for Moving Target Defense Based on Analytic Hierarchy Process”, EAI Endorsed Transactions on Security and Safety, Volume 4, Issue 13, 2018

Khoa Trieu and Yi Yang, “Artificial Intelligence-Based Passwords Brute Force Attack”, MWAIS 2018 (the 13th Midwest Association for Information Systems Annual Conference), St. Louis, MO, 2018

Yi Yang, Sencun Zhu, and Guohong Cao, “Improving Sensor Network Immunity under Worm Attacks: A Software Diversity Approach”, Ad Hoc Networks, 2016

Uthaiwan Srimongkolpitak, Yi Yang, and Hang Liu, “Sensor Source Location Privacy based on Random Perturbations”, International Journal of Software and Informatics (IJSI), Vol.8, No.2, Special Issue On Information and System Security, 2015

Justin Cappos, Lai Wang, Richard Weiss, Yi Yang, and Yanyan Zhuang, “BlurSense: Dynamic Fine-Grained Access Control for Smartphone Privacy”, IEEE Sensors Applications Symposium (IEEE SAS), 2014.

Conference Presentations

“Artificial Intelligence-Based Passwords Brute Force Attack and Its Defense”, presentation at MWAIS 2018 (the 13th Midwest Association for Information Systems Annual Conference), St. Louis, MO, 2018

“Sensor Worm Defense based on Software Diversity”, Invited Talk to St. Louis Unix Users Group (http://www.sluug.org), July 2017

“How to Protect Yourself in a Cybersecurity Era”, invited talk to Wednesday’s all women’s Club in St. Louis, January 6, 2016

“Cybercrime and Forensics”, St. Louis Chapter of the High Tech Crime Investigators Association, June 2014

“Cyber Security: How to Keep You and Your Business Safe”, Clayton Chamber of Commerce, St Louis, MO, January 2014

“BlurSense: Dynamic Fine-Grained Access Control for Smartphone Privacy”, Presentation in KanSec 2013: Fourth Greater Kansas Area Security Workshop, November 2013

“Introduction to Cybercrime and Security”, Talk in St Louis Science Center, September 2013.

Professional Memberships

  • Women in Cybersecurity (WiCys)
  • ISACA (St. Louis Chapter)
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