Associate Professor of Informatics and Computer Science
Center for Security Informatics
Affiliated Researcher, Center for Applied Cybersecurity Research
xw7 [at] indiana.edu
Informatics West, Room 209
Dr. Wang received his Ph.D. in Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University in 2004, and has since then joined Indiana University at Bloomington as assistant professor (Aug, 2004 to Jun. 2010), and then associate professor (after Jun. 2010). He serves as acting director of the Security Informatics Program at IU from Jan. 2010 to Dec. 2010.
Dr. Wang is a well-recognized active researcher in information security and privacy. His group continuously publishes at leading security venues and vigorously pursues innovative and high-impact research directions. He has also been actively serving the research community, participating in the program committees and organization committees of numerous conferences and workshops.
- Secure and Privacy-Preserving Communication and Computing in Cloud
- Privacy Protection in Use and Dissemination of Human-Genome Data
- Applied Cryptography
- Incentive Engineering in Secure Computing Systems
- Privacy in Bioinformatics Research and Human-Genome Data Dissemination
- Security and Privacy Issues in System, Network and Software