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. They include cyber security (including usable security and user privacy, digital forensics and cyber crime, information hiding and digital watermarking, mobile security, security economics, network security, systems security, but NOT cryptography and purely theoretical aspects), multimedia computing (including image processing, image/video coding, and visual quality assessment), human factors (including usability, computational aspects related to human behaviours, and accessibility), applications of artificial intelligence (NOT theory) in cyber security and multimedia computing, and applications of nonlinear science (chaos/fractals) in computer science and electronic engineering. More about his research can be found at http://www.hooklee.com/default.asp?t=Research.
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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.