Ying Liu

Ying Liu

Professor, Information Systems (IS)
Email: ying.liu@csulb.edu
Campus Phone: 562.985.4554
Office: COB-429 (Hours)

Ying Liu is a professor at the Department of Information Systems, California State University Long Beach. He received his Bachelors degree in EE from XiAn JiaoTong University, China and MSc in computer science from University of Southern California and PhD in Management Science from University of Arizona. He has more than 10 years working experience in IT companies including Microsoft, HP and IBM. His primary research interests are in software architecture and business intelligence.

Web Application Development, Management Information Systems, Database Programming Languages

Business intelligence Software architecture. Real-time business information systems

  • PhD, University of Arizona, 2007
    Major/Concentration: Management Information Systems
  • Master, University of Southern California, 1998
    Major/Concentration: Computer Science
  • Master, South China University of Technology, 1992
    Major/Concentration: Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Bachelor, Xian Jiao Tong University, 1989
  • CBA, CSULB (2013 - Present) Associate Professor
  • California State University, Long Beach (2007 - Present) Assistant Professor
  • SAP Research, Palo Alto, CA, USA (2006 - 2006) Research Intern
  • Eller College of Management, University of Arizona (2004 - 2007) Teaching Assistant
  • Microsoft (1999 - 2003) Software Design Engineer
  • Hewlett Packard, P.R. China (1994 - 1997) Senior Technical Consultant
  • IBM, P.R. China (1994 - 1997) System Engineer
  • People's Bank of China (1992 - 1994) Development Manager
  • "Gaining Insight to B2B Relationships Through New Segmentation Approaches: Not All Relationships Are Equal", Expert Systems with Applications, Dec-2020
  • "Restructuring Degree Roadmaps To Improve Timely Graduation in Higher Education", International Journal of Educational Management, Jan-2020
  • "A Code Reviewer Assignment Model Incorporating the Competence Differences and Participant Differences", Foundation of Computing and Decision Science , Mar-2016
  • "A Multi-Peer Assessment Platform for Programming Language Learning", Interactive Learning Environment, Sep-2015
  • "Towards Motivating Participants to Assess Peers' Work More Fairly: Taking Program Language Learning as an Example", Journal of Educational Computing Research, Jan-2015
  • "A Unified Framework for Market Segmentation and its Applications", Expert Systems with Applications, Jan-2012
  • "Assessment of Programming Language Learning Based on Peer Code Review Model: Implementation and Experience Report", Computers and Education, Jan-2012
  • "Multicriterion Market Segmentation: A New Model, Implementation, and Evaluation", Marketing Science , Jan-2010
  • "A Non-Invasive Software Architecture Style for RFID Data Provisioning", International Journal of Applied Logistics, Jan-2010
  • "Sovereign Individual System (SIS): An Autonomous Digital Platform for Sovereign Individuals", Future Technologies Conference , San Francisco , Nov-2023
  • "An Evolutionary Big Data Processing of Market Segmentation", International Conference on Soft Computing and Machine Learning , Nov-2021
  • "Multiobjective Evolutionary Computation for Market Segmentation", International Conference on Evolutionary Computation Theory and Applications , Oct-2021
  • "Financial controller turnover: An early warning sign of deteriorating financial reporting quality", American Accounting Association - Western Conference , San Francisco , Aug-2019
  • "A Computational View of Market Segmentation", Wuhan International Conference on E-Business (Proceedings) , Jan-2011
  • "A Unified Framework for Market Segmentation and its Applications", Research Colloquia College of Business , Jan-2012
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