Liyue Fan

Dr. Liyue Fan is an Assistant Professor in Information Technology Management at the University at Albany, School of Business. She holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science & Informatics from Emory University (with Prof. Li Xiong) and a Mathematics from Zhejiang University in China (a Chu Kochen ACEE alumna). She was one of the (two) inaugural recipients of Emory Math & CS Department's Graduate Student Research Award in 2014.

Prior to joining SUNY, she spent two years as a postdoc research associate in the Integrated Media System Center (IMSC) at USC, under the supervision of Prof. Cyrus Shahabi.

She was named one of the "Rising Stars in EECS" by MIT in 2015.


My primary research interests are data privacy, spatiotemporal data analysis, and database applications. Find my publication list here.

[Aug 2017] I gave an invited talk "Individual Sequence Data Sanitization" at HotPrivacy workshop @ IEEE PAC 2017.

[May 2017] Our paper "Multi-User Itinerary Planning for Optimal Group Preference" was accepted by SSTD 2017.

[Mar 2017] Our journal paper "A Real-Time Framework for Task Assignment in Hyperlocal Spatial Crowdsourcing" was accepted by ACM TIST (2016 impact factor 3.19).

[Feb 2017] I received a UAlbany FRAP-A award for faculty research support during 05/01/2017 - 04/31/2019.


Program Committees: MDM 2017, KDD 2017, CIKM 2017.

I am a reviewer for many high impact journals, such as TKDE, TIST, TIFS, Information Fusion, and Computer & Security.

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