Aditya P. MATHUR
Centre Director and Professor
Prof Mathur has designed and taught numerous courses in Computer Science ranging from freshman to senior graduate levels. Focus on student engagement and active learning are two critical components of Aditya’s teaching style. He has authored several textbooks. His most well-known book “Introduction to Microprocessors” was first published in 1980 by Tata McGraw Hill and its third edition is now in its 36th reprint. This book, the first on the subject in India, led to the initiation and subsequent proliferation of undergraduate courses in microprocessors. His most recent book is titled “Foundations of Software Testing” and was published by Addison Wesley Professional in 2008. In collaboration with Barry Wittman and Tim Korb, Prof Mathur has coauthored “A Gentle Introduction to Programming Using Java”. This book is intended to serve as a text in freshman programming courses.
Aditya’s research spans software testing, reliability, and process control. His foundational work, published in over 130 papers, relates to investigations into the effectiveness of testing techniques and their applicability to the testing of sequential and distributed software systems, methods for the estimation of software system reliability, and techniques and tools for managing a collection of Internet-enabled devices.
Aditya was a member of a small team of faculty members who started the first computer science department in India. Subsequently Aditya served as the head of this department. Later Prof Mathur served as the associate head and head of Computer Science, Associate Dean of College of Science, and Director of the Software Engineering Research Center – all at Purdue University.
Co-Centre Director and Professor
Prof. Jianying Zhou received PhD in Information Security from Royal Holloway, University of London. Before joining SUTD, he was a principal scientist and the head of Infocomm Security Department at Institute for Infocomm Research, A*STAR. He also worked at the headquarters of Oracle as a security consultant.
Prof. Zhou’s research interests are in applied cryptography and network security, cyber-physical system security, mobile and wireless security. He has published 200+ referred papers at international conferences and journals with 8000+ citations, and received ESORICS’15 best paper award. He has 2 technologies being standardized in ISO/IEC 29192-4 and ISO/IEC 20009-4, respectively.
Prof. Zhou is a co-founder & steering committee co-chair of International Conference on Applied Cryptography and Network Security (ACNS). He is also steering committee chair of ACM AsiaCCS, and steering committee member of Asiacrypt. He has served 200+ times in international cyber security conference committees (ACM CCS & AsiaCCS, IEEE CSF, ESORICS, RAID, ACNS, Asiacrypt, FC, PKC etc.) as general chair, program chair, and PC member. He has also been in the editorial board of top cyber security journals including IEEE Security & Privacy, IEEE TDSC, IEEE TIFS, Computers & Security.