Arizona State University
Professor Nong Ye received her Ph.D. degree (1991) in Industrial Engineering from Purdue University, and her M.S. degree (1988) and B.S. degree (1985) in Computer Science from the Chinese Academy of Sciences and Peking University, both in P. R. China. Dr. Ye’s past and current research activities have received over $8M external funding support and have produced eighty-five journal papers and five books.Her recent research involves developing data mining algorithms to discover multivariate data associations for capturing both partial-value and full-value variable associations as well as both individual and interactive effects of multiple variables. New algorithms have been applied to developing anomaly detection technologies and standards for cyber security and in finance, discovering common and uncommon characteristics of engineering students for engineering retention and success, and modeling energy systems to enable smart technologies for efficient energy production and use.
Data mining and analysis, anomaly detection, information and systems assurance, engineering education