As an Associate Professor in the Computer Science department at West Chester University of Pennsylvania, I focus my research on practical problem-solving and security measures for mobile sensing and cyber-physical systems.
I believe that smartphone-enabled crowdsourcing approaches can facilitate building large-scale information infrastructures cost-effectively. Additionally, I conduct physical layer research on cyber-physical system security to create reliable and secure wireless communications.
During the last five years, my research mainly emphasized cyber-physical system security and the privacy and security of smart wearable devices. My publications, which have been accepted into high-ranking academic journals such as ACM SenSys (2015, Rank A++), IEEE ICDCS (2017, 2015 Rank A+), IEEE MASS (2018, Rank A), IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (TMC), and IEEE IoT Journal, have made significant contributions to the cyber-physical security and mobile sensing research community. In 2017, my paper on human voice security and privacy won the Best Student Paper award at the ICDCS conference.
I am an IEEE Senior Member and a member of ACM.