Chansu Yu (Chan), Ph.D.
 Title: Professor
 Dept: Electrical Engineering & Computer Science
 Office: FH 320
 Phone: 216-687-2584
 Address: 2121 Euclid Ave. FH 320, Cleveland, OH 44115

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Research Keywords:
Quantum computing, Mobile Computing, Mobile Networks, Performance Modeling, Computer Architecture, Embedded Systems, Low Power Architecture, Parallel and Cluster Computing
Ph.D., Computer Engineering, Pennsylvania State University, 1994
M.S., Electrical Engineering, Seoul National University, Korea, 1984
B.S., Electrical Engineering, Seoul National University, Korea, 1982
Brief Bio:
Chansu Yu received the B.S. and M.S. degrees in electrical engineering from Seoul National University, Korea and the Ph.D. degree in computer engineering from the Pennsylvania State University in 1994. He has been with LG Electronics for more than ten years. He is currently a Professor in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at the Cleveland State University in Cleveland, Ohio. He has authored/coauthored more than 120 technical papers and numerous book chapters in the areas of mobile networking, performance evaluation and parallel and distributed computing. Dr. Yu's research is supported by National Science Foundation and other government agencies and industry. Dr. Yu is a senior member of the ACM, IEEE and IEEE Computer Society.
Honors and Awards:
Distinguished Faculty Award for Service, 2021, Cleveland State University
Golden Apple Award, 2013, Cleveland State University
Outstanding Faculty Award, 2009, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Cleveland State University
Faculty Merit Recognition Award, 2023, 2012, 2011, 2008 & 2006. Cleveland State University.
Graduate Faculty Professional Travel Award, 2004 & 2005. Cleveland State University.
Multimedia Technology Award, 1995. Received from the President of Korea for the development of Windows CE-based PDA.
LG Graduate Fellowship, 1989~1993. Received from LG Electronics, Inc., Korea.
Research Interests:
Quantum computing, Cybersecurity challenge platform, website fingerprinting attack, hardware security such as fault injection attack and Meltdown & Spectre, mobile networks and computing, IIoT (Industrial IoT) and Smart manufacturing, Public interest technology, and CS/CT (computer science / computational thinking) education
Teaching Areas:
Quantum computing, Computer organization, High performance computer architecture, Mobile computing, Digital systems, Parallel systems, Performance modeling
Professional Affiliations:
Senior Member, The IEEE, IEEE Computer Society
Member, IEEE Technical Committee of Computer Architecture
Member, ACM
Member, ACM SIGCSE (Special Interest Group on Computer Science Education)
Professional Experience:
Cleveland State University (2013-2020), Chair, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Cleveland State University (2011-present), Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Cleveland State University (2001-2011), Associate Professor, Electrical and Computer Engineering
Information and Communications Unviersity, Korea (1997-2001), Assistant Professor, School of Engineering
LG Research Center, Korea (1994-1997), Principal Engineer
University Service:
Ad hoc committee chair, Quantum computing program, Fall 2022-current
Distinguished Faculty Award Selection Committee, Fall 2022-Spring 2023
CSU Leadership Team, Cleveland Innovation District, Spring 2021-Fall 2021
Co-director, CSU T.E.C.H. Hub, Spring 2022-current
Advisory Board, CSU T.E.C.H. Hub, Spring 2021-current
Ad hoc committee chair, Data science program, Fall 2020-Spring 2021
Ad hoc committee, Electrical engineering curriculum, Fall 2020 ¿ Spring 2021
CSU 2.0 Initiative Task Force, Fall 2020
Chair of EECS Department, Fall 2013-Spring 2020
Workload Task Committee, Fall 2011-Spring 2012
Faculty Senate, Fall 2008-Spring 2009
Graduate Grade Dispute Committee, Fall 2008-Spring 2009, Fall 2011-Spring 13
Chair, Computer and Software Engineering Curriculum Committee, Fall 2007-Present
Graduate Program Director, ECE Department, Fall 2004-Fall 2008
Undergraduate Affairs Committee, Spring 2009
Undergraduate Program Committee, Fall 2003-Fall 2008, Fall 2012-Present
Graduate Affairs Committee (GAC), Fenn College of Engineering, Fall 2004-Fall 2008
Graduate Program Committee (GPC), ECE Department, Fall 2003-Spring 2009
Committee for MSSE (Masters Degree in Software Eng.) Program, Fall 2001-Spring 2002
Search committee for Dean of College of Engineering, 2008
Search committee for Network administrator, 2001
Search committee for New faculty in Computer Engineering, 2001 and 2003
Chair of search committee for New faculty in Computer Engineering, 2005
Chair of search committee for New faculty in Software Engineering, 2002 and 2004
Professional Service:
Editor/Guest Editor
ETRI Journal Editorial Committee, 2017~current

Program Committee
ACM SIGCSE (Computer Science Education) Technical Symposium, 2022
IEEE Conference on Computer Communications (INFOCOM 2014, 2013, 2012, 2011)

Panelist / Services
NSF Reviewer & Review panel, 2015, 2018, 2022-23
Reviewer, NCWIT AiC (Aspiration in Computing) Collegiate Award, 2022.
Chair, Endorsement Standard Revision Committee, Ohio Department of Higher Education (ODHE), Fall 2021-current.
Chair, State Faculty Panel, CS endorsement, ODHE, Fall 2020-current.
Consultant, Graduate degree program (MS AI at Kent State University), Chancellor¿s Council on Graduate Studies, ODHE, Fall 2020.
Regional Leadership Board, RITE, Greater Cleveland Partnership, Fall 2020-current.
CSU Representative, National Center for Women & IT (NCWIT), Summer 2020-current.
Research Grants:
C. Yu, co-PI, The PIT Quantum Computing Training Pipeline, PIT-UN (Public Interest Technology University Network) Challenge Grant, January 10, 2023 ¿ January 8, 2024, $180K (with Charles McElroy and Sathish Kumar).

C. Yu, co-PI, Smart Cities Privacy & Equity Community Awareness & Empowerment, PIT-UN (Public Interest Technology University Network) Challenge Grant, January 10, 2022 ¿ January 8, 2023, $90K (with Brian Ray and Patricia Stoddard Dare).

C. Yu, co-PI, Ohio Cyber Range Regional Programming Center Application (OCRI-RPC), Ohio Cyber Range Institute, August 1, 2021 ¿ July 31, 2022 (CSU-CWRU-IoTC, PI: Brian Ray).

C. Yu, PI, SaTC: EDU: Transdisciplinary Cybersecurity Education for Law and Engineering Students, NSF, May 1, 2021 ¿ April 30, 2024, $400K (with Brian Ray, Sathish Kumar, and Debbie Jackson).

C. Yu, PI, Developing an individualized, Integrative, and Progressive Electronics Laboratory Course, Ohio Space Grant Consortium (OSGC) STEM Funding, 1/1/2021 ¿ 12/31/2021, $5,000.

C. Yu, co-PI, The Cleveland Tech Talent Pipeline (CLE TTP), NSF, $2M, October 2020 ~ October 2023 (with Debbie Jackson and Brian Harper at CSU)

C. Yu, co-PI, A Spiral Computer Engineering Lab Framework, NSF, $245K, Jul 1, 2015 ~ Jun 30 2018, (with Pong Chu and Karla Mansour at CSU, DUE-1504030)

C. Yu, co-PI, An Integrative Hands-on Approach to Security Education for Undergraduate Students, NSF, $120K, Sep 15 2013 ~ Aug 31 2019 (with Sanchita Mal-Sarkar at CSU and Bhunia Swarup at Case Western Reserve University, DUE-1245900)

C. Yu, co-PI, Research Experiences for Undergraduates, Supplement to ¿MRI: Acquisition of Equipment to Establish a Secure and Dependable Computing Infrastructure for Research and Education at Cleveland State University,¿ NSF, Sep. 1, 2008~Aug. 31, 2012.

C. Yu, PI, ¿Mobility and Security Support in Cyber Physical Systems of Battlefield,¿ Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute, July 1 2010~January 31, 2013.

C. Yu, co-PI, ¿Towards a Lightweight Highly Dependable Storage System for Home Networks,¿ REU Supplement to ¿MRI: Acquisition of Equipment to Establish a Secure and Dependable Computing Infrastructure for Research and Education at Cleveland State University,¿ NSF, $16,000, Sep. 1, 2008~Aug. 30, 2011 (with W. Zhao, Y. Fu, and N. Sridhar at Cleveland State University)

C. Yu, PI, ¿Exploring Data Access in Internet-based Wireless Mobile Networks,¿ NSF NeTS, Oct.1, 2008~Sep.30, 2009.

C. Yu, co-PI, ¿Acquisition of Equipment to Establish a Secure and Dependable Computing Infrastructure for Research and Education at Cleveland State University,¿ NSF MRI, Sep. 1, 2008~Aug. 30, 2011.