KEENE STATE COLLEGE
THE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM OF NEW HAMPSHIRE
PROF. DR. WEI LU
I am a full professor of computer science at Keene State College with The University System of New Hampshire. Prior to moving to the United States, I worked for several years in the software industry, including as a member of research staff with the 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 Ph.D. in the School of Engineering and Computer Science at the University of Victoria (UVic), Canada, dual Master’s degrees in Intellectual Property Law (M.I.P) and Business Administration (M.B.A) from Franklin Pierce School of Law and Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics both at the University of New Hampshire (UNH), and M.S/B.S in Electronics Engineering from the Special Class for the Gifted Young, Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST). My general research interests include Data Science, Cybersecurity, and Artificial Intelligence, where I have about 50 papers published by peer-reviewed journals, book chapters, and conference proceedings, that have been cited over 6,000 times according to Google scholar. In addition, I am a Senior Member of IEEE, a recipient of the 2021 KSC Faculty Distinction in Research and Scholarship Award, a principal investigator of an NIH-sponsored research project "Securing the Internet of Medical Things in Healthcare with Machine Learning", an author of two books published by Springer, serve as a Chair of Computer Society at the IEEE New Hampshire Section, and offer patent mining and applied machine learning consultant for public and private sectors in healthcare, cybersecurity, and finance.
Book: Artificial Intelligence for Cyber-Physical Systems Hardening in Springer Book Series Engineering Cyber-Physical Systems and Critical Infrastructures
Accepted book chapter: Detecting Malicious Attacks Using Principal Component Analysis in Medical Cyber-Physical Systems
Cybersecurity Data Science: Concepts, Algorithms and Applications
in Lecture Notes on Data Engineering and Communication Technologies,
Springer Nature, pp. 21-30, February 2022.
Wei Lu and Ling Xue
A Perceptron Mixture Model of Intrusion Detection for Safeguarding Electronic Health Record System
in Lecture Notes on Advances in Networked-Based Information Systems,
Springer Nature, pp. 202-212, September 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.