Dr Shujun Li's research interests are mainly interplays among several different research areas: cyber security and privacy, digital forensics and cyber crime, human factors, and multimedia computing. Some research directions he is currently working on include usable security and privacy (human factors in computer security systems e.g. human modelling for cyber security, graphical passwords, CAPTCHAs, observer-resistant password systems, mobile security and privacy), multimedia security (applications of discrete optimization, multimedia encryption and cryptanalysis, digital watermarking, information hiding), security economy (e.g. e-banking security and anti-phishing solutions), visual quality assessment and performance evaluation of digital imaging and rendering devices (still cameras, camcorders, displays, scanners, printers, etc.), digital and multimedia forensics, multimedia coding (particularly MPEG Reconfigurable Video Coding and its applications in cryptography), applications of chaos and fractals in computing. He is also interested in cyber security, cyber crime and human-centred computing in general.
More about Shujun's research can be found at http://www.hooklee.com/default.asp?t=Research.
Click here for a complete list of modules Dr Li has taught at the University of Surrey.
Professional activities of Dr Li can be found here.
See here for a complete list of honours and awards of Dr Li.
Click here for a complete list of Dr Li's research grants and fellowships.
Find me on campus Room: 07 BB 02
Click here for a complete list of Dr Li's publications.
Preprints of almost all papers and one book chapter can be found at his personal web site: http://www.hooklee.com/default.asp?t=Publications. Some recently accepted papers and other book chapters do not have preprints available because of either 1) the final editions are still not available; 2) the copyright transfer terms forbid posting preprints on web.
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