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Dr. Shuju Bai

Chair and Professor

Office: James M. Baker University Center 340
Information Technology
College of Information and Mathematical Sciences


Shuju Bai is Interim Chair and Professor of Department of Computer Science and Information Technology in College of Information and Mathematical Sciences at Clayton State University. Prior to Interim Chair, she served as Program Coordinator for the Department of Computer Science and Information Technology. She was a Professor in the Department of Computer Science at Southern University from 2001-2020 before she joined Clayton State University. Dr. Bai has over 20 years of teaching and research experiences as faculty member and leader. Her expertise includes curriculum design and development, undergraduate and graduate education, computer science and interdisciplinary research. Dr. Bai holds two PhD degrees, Natural Resources and Computer Science. Her research interests include data management, computational biology, data mining, machine learning, AI and interdisciplinary research. Currently she leads two GenCyber projects funded by GenCyber programs under NSA/NSF.


Ph D, Computer Science, Louisiana State University, 2013

Ph D, Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue University, 1999

Contracts, Grants, and Sponsored Research

Shuju Bai, Junfeng Qu, Byron Jeff, Batavia Sumlin, Clayton State University GenCyber Teens Program, NSA/NSF, Federal, 150000, Funded –  August 15 2022 to August 15 2024

Shuju Bai, Junfeng Qu, Byron Jeff,  , Batavia Sumlin, Clayton State University GenCyber Gamification Accelerator Program, NSA/NSF, Federal, 100000, Funded –  June 28 2022 to June 27 2024

Shuju Bai, Computational Algorithms for Accurately Locating Lightning, Clayton Sate University, Clayton State University, 3000, Funded –  January 2022 to December 2022

Service to the University & University System of Georgia

University, Graduate Affairs Committee, Committee Member –  September 2021 to Present

University, Special Course and Academic Programs Advisory Committee (SCAPFAC) , Committee Member –  March 2021 to Present

College, Strategic Alignment Committee, Committee Member –  April 2022 to Present

Service to the Profession

Member, ACM 2001 to Present

Member, IEEE 2003 to Present