I am a Professor of Computer Science at Keene State College with The University System of New Hampshire. Prior to moving to the United States, I worked several years in software industry, including a member of research staff with German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI GmbH), a secure software engineer with a start-up company Q1 Labs, later acquired by IBM as its Security Systems Division, and a Junior Member of Technical Staff (MTS-1) with Bell Labs (Asia & Pacific). I received my PhD in Computer Engineering at the University of Victoria (UVic), Canada, Master of Intellectual Property from UNH Law School and B.S. in Electronics Engineering from the Special Class for the Gifted Young, Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST).

The 4th International Conference on Wireless, Intelligent, and Distributed Environment for Communication 
October 13 - 15, 2021




Hong Lu, Sara Rosenbaum and Wei Lu.

Precision Dosing Management with Intelligent Computing in Digital Health 

in Lecture Notes on Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing,

Springer Nature, vol. 1263, pp. 269-280, August 2020.


Wei Lu, Nathanael Mercaldo, and Chance Tellier.

Characterizing Command and Control Channel of Mongoose Bots Over TOR

in Lecture Notes on Data Engineering and Communication Technologies,

Springer Nature, pp. 23-30, June 2020.


Nathanael Mercaldo and Wei Lu.

Classification of Web Applications using AiFlow Features.

in Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing,

Springer Nature, pp. 389-399, April 2020.