I received my 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.
Our research group studies how to achieve security, trust, and privacy in the cyberspace. We focus on the studies of applied cryptography and blockchain, and collaborate with various universities and corporates to study this broad area of cybersecurity from the algorithm to the hardware and from the cyber space to the physical space.
I have open positions for two Ph.D. students (fully funded).
I am looking for applicants with at least one of the following areas of focus. We do applied research in these areas.
- Areas of Focus
- Fully Homomorphic Encryption
- Post-quantum Cryptography
- Trusted Execution Environment
- Zero-knowledge Proof
and the integration of some of the things above or those four primitives’ integration with blockchain for novel web3 architectures/ecosystem.
- Cyberattack/Malware Log Analysis, Emulation
If you are interested, please check this page before contacting me: [link]
* I am NOT looking for students interested ONLY in blockchain or blockchain not relevant to ZKP. For example, if you want to study AI/ML and blockchain, you should not contact me. If you are interested in applying ZKP, PQC, or TEE for future blockchain/web3 ecosystems, you should contact me!
- Invited to join the editorial board of ACM DLT!
- Delivered a speech at SNU Computing Frontier Summer School 2023
- Delivered a speech at Sungshin Women’s University
- Delivered a speech at ZKrypto
- Delivered a speech at Inha University
- Received a grant from NSF
- A paper accepted by IEEE MILCOM 2023
- A paper accepted by IEEE TC
- Invited to serve as PC at IEEE BSC 2023
- Invited to serve as PC at IEEE Blockchain 2023
- A paper accepted by BCCA 2023
- Delivered a speech at Seoul National University
- Delivered a speech at Hanyang University
- Delivered a speech at the University of Cincinnati
- Received an internal grant!
Jung’s research is enabled by generous support from the following sponsors.