About Dr. Jun Wang
Professor Jun Wang (王军)
Dr. Jun Wang joined Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in University of Central Florida in 2006. Prior to that, he was a faculty in Computer Science and Engineering Department of University of Nebraska, Lincoln. He is the recipient of National Science Foundation Early Career Award 2009 and Department of Energy Early Career Principal Investigator Award 2005. Recently, he has won 2015 UCF Reach For the Stars award, 2013 Dean’s Research Professorship Award, Charles N. MillicanFaculty Fellow 2010-2012, and University of Central Florida Research Incentive Award 2010.
His research has been sponsored mainly by National Science Foundation and Department of Energy. His work aims to generate impacts in the high-performance I/O systems community. He has authored over 80 publications in premier journals such as IEEE Transactions on Computers, IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, and leading HPC and systems conferences such as IPDPS, HPDC, EuroSys, ICS, Middleware, FAST. He has graduated 8 Ph.D. students who upon their graduations were employed by major US IT corporations (e.g., Apple, Google, Microsoft, EMC, etc). He has served as an Associate Editor for the IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing and International Journal of Parallel, Emergent and Distributes Systems (IJPEDS). He has conducted extensive research in the areas of Computer Systems and High Performance Computing.
His specific research interests include:
- Big Data and Big Compute Systems
- Data-intensive High Performance Computing
- Massive Storage and File System
- I/O Architecture
US News and World Report announced UCF Computer Engineering graduate program 2015-2016 ranking at 58. There are multiple graduate research assistant positions available in CASS laboratory. Please contact Prof. Wang at Jun.Wang@UCF.edu.
EECS – Electrical & Computer Engineering
Location: Harris Engineering Center (bldg. 116) 320
RA position available !