Ming Liu is an assistant professor at Huazhong University’s School of Computer Science and Technology. His research interests lie in information security and focus on how to using modern techniques to strengthen the computer systems’ ability to fight security threats, such as malware detection, network security enhancements, virtual system security reinforcement.
PhD in Information Security, 2010, Huazhong University of Science and Technology;
MA in Computer Software and Theory, 2002, HUST;
BA in Computer Science and Technology, 1999, HUST;
At Huazhong University since 1999.
Assistant Professor (2005-present); School of Computer Science and Technology, HUST
Teaching Assistant (1999-2005); School of Computer Science and Technology, HUST
Visiting Scholar (2012-2013); EECS, Syracuse University.
A Projection Pursuit Based Risk Assessment Method in Mobile Ad hoc Networks. International Journal of Computational Intelligence Systems, volume 4 of IJCIS (2011)
Compilers Theory. Liu Ming, Xu Lanfang, Luo Ting. Publishing House of Electronics Industry,( 2011)
Computer Virus Propagation Model in P2P Networks. In Proceedings of the ETCS2009.2009
An Evaluating Model for Anti-virus Ability Based on AHP. 2009 International Conference on Computational Science and Engineering, 2009
Sub-connection Based Isolation against Network Virus. International Journal of Digital Content Technology and its Applications Volume 3,Number 1, 2009
Type Based Network Isolation against Net Virus. 4th International Conference on Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing, 2008
Awards and Honors
Scholarship under the State Scholarship Fund,2012,China Scholarship Council Distinguished Teaching Award, 2011, Huazhong University of Science and Technology Distinguished Teaching Award, 2006, Huazhong University of Science and Technology
Compilers Principles Introduction to information Security System Analysis