Feng Liu

"A scientist in a broad sense is one engaging in a systematic activity to acquire knowledge. In a more restricted sense, a scientist is an individual who uses the scientific method."

- Adopted from definition of "Scientist" in Wikipedia -  


I received my bachelor degree of computer science in 2003 from Shandong University and received my Ph.D degree of information security in 2009, under supervision of Professor Chuankun Wu, from Institute of Software (IOS), CAS. I'm currently a professor and Ph.D supervisor of SKLOIS, IIE, CAS. I'm also serves as a professor of School of Cybersecurity, Univeristy of Chinese Academy of Sciences. My current research interests include: strategic and economic aspects of information security, visual security and cryptography, network security and security protocols. I am looking for opportunities to cooperate with researchers  within my research interests all over the world.


The  SciSec2019  was held with a great success. We received 65 submissions, and 28 are selected for publication in Springer LNCS proceedings. We also have a wonderful panel discussion, which deepen our understanding of the science of Cybersecurity profoundly. More details can be found in this article.

I serve as the Co-editor in Chief of the International Journal of Digital Crime and Forensics, IJDCF (EI & ESCI indexed), during 2018-2023. Please submit your paper to IJDCF.

I am finding visiting PhD and Master students, and post-docs anyone who want to join us can contact me. 

Congratulations: Feng Liu's new book "Visual Cryptography for Image Processing and Security - Theory, Methods, and Applications" has been published by Springer.