Chen-Chi Shing


Chen-Chi Shing holds B.S. degree (Physics) from Chen-Kung University in Taiwan. M.S. (Physics) and M.S. (Computer Science) degrees from Virginia Tech, M.S. (Statistics) degree under the Ohio State University and PhD (Experimental Design) degree from Virginia Tech U.S.A. Dr. Shing also gained graduate certificate in Information Assurance (supported by NSA) from Purdue University summer in 2004.

He is a Professor in (Computer Science) department of Information Technology (ITEC) at Radford University which is located in Radford (Virginia). His research & fond are relevant to modeling and simulation, Security assurance, Digital forensics, Cloud security, data analytics, Web survey tool development, Repeated measurement designs. The course outcome has assessment and interface between computer science and statistics. He has been engaged with an organization for national and international events which are related to his research & interests as Editor in Chief (e.g. IJCSS), Advisory Committee Chair (e.g. EESP) and was a Program Chair (e.g. ACME).

Research Interests:

  • Authentication and authorization models
  • Communications and data security
  • Information security
  • Cryptography
  • Data mining
  • Electronic commerce

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