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Dr. Mingxian Jin

Professor in Computer Science

Office: Science & Technology Building 212

(910) 672-1558



Dr. Mingxian Jin is a Professor of Computer Science in the Department of Mathematics & Computer Science at Fayetteville State University. She joined Fayetteville State University in 2004 as an assistant professor.

Dr. Jin's research areas include parallel algorithm design and model evaluation, GPU computing, real-time system scheduling, and simulations of mathematical modeling in biomedical dynamics. She is an active reviewer for journals and conferences. Dr. Jin has published a number of papers in international journals and conference proceedings.

  • CSC 100 Introduction to Computers
  • CSC 201 Computer Organization and Assembly Language
  • CSC 202 Programming in C++
  • CSC 220 Data Structures
  • CSC 320 Algorithm Design and Analysis
  • CSC 323 Database Principles and Design
  • CSC 350 Computing Service Learning
  • CSC 390 Web Programming
  • CSC 403 Social, Ethical and Professional Issues
  • CSC 470 Software Engineering
  • CSC 490 Computer Science Capstone/Senior Project
  • Parallel algorithm design and model evaluation
  • GPU computing
  • Simulations of mathematical modeling in biomedical dynamics
  • Real-time system scheduling
  • Software visualization and algorithm animation


  • Mathematical Modeling and Simulations of the Pathophysiology of Type-2 Diabetes Mellitus, F. Nani, M. Jin, Proceedings of the International Conference on BioMedical Engineering and Informatics (BMEI'15), pp.296-300, IEEE Catalog No. CFP1593D-ART, ISBN: 978-1-5090-0022-7, China, October 2015
  • Theoretical Analysis and Simulation of Acute and Chronic Phase HIV-1 Dynamics, F. Nani and M. Jin, British Journal of Mathematics & Computer Science 4(11): 1450-1479, 2014. Print
  • Dynamics of HIV-1 Associated Kaposi Sarcoma During HAART Therapy, F. Nani, M. Jin, in Proceedings of the International Conference on Bioinformatics and Computational Biology 2011 (BIOCOMP'11), ISBN: 1-60132-169-4, July 2011
  • Relating the Power of the Multiple Associative Computing (MASC) Model with that of Reconfigurable Bus-Based Models, J. Trahan, M. Jin, W. Chantamas, and J. W. Baker, Journal of Parallel Distributed Computing, Vol. 70 No. 5, pp.458-466, Elsevier, May 2010
  • Timings for Associative Operations on the MASC Model, Mingxian Jin, Johnnie Baker and Kenneth Batcher, in Proceedings of the 16th International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium, abstract on pg. 193, full text on CDROM, April 2001
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