Hello! I am an Assistant Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at the University of Notre Dame, with an appointment in the Interdisciplinary Center for Network Science and Applications (iCeNSA). I am also leading the Data Security and Privacy Lab (DSP-Lab).

I received the Ph.D. degree in Computer Science at Illinois Tech. under the supervision of Professor Xiang-Yang Li and Professor Peng-Jun Wan in 2017, and I received the B.E. degree in Computer Software in Tsinghua University under the supervision of Professor Zhiguo Wan in 2011.

Various encryption and secure multi-party computation are able to preserve a nearly-perfect confidentiality of almost all computation nowadays, however privacy can be breached even though the computation/communication are perfectly secured. Differential privacy addresses such concerns, but we have lost the nearly-perfect accuracy of computation/query with its probabilistic privacy protection. Can human being have nearly-perfect guarantee (i.e., as strong as that provided by encryption/MPC) for privacy as well? That is the ultimate question I keep asking myself while doing research.

I have one open position for a student interested in studying data tracking mechanisms. It will involve the study of accountability and secure provenance. Please contact me by following the instructions in [link].



  • Email: tjung@nd.edu
  • Office: 351 Fitzpatrick Hall
  • Phone: (office) 574-631-8322
  • Mailing address:
    Taeho Jung
    384 Fitzpatrick Hall
    University of Notre Dame
    Notre Dame, IN 46556, USA


”If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.”

Albert Einstein