Joe (Yingjiu) Li is currently a Ripple Professor in the Department of Computer and Information Science at the University of Oregon. His research interests include Internet of Things (IoT) Security and Privacy, Mobile and System Security, Applied Cryptography and Cloud Security, and Data Application Security and Privacy. He has published over 140 technical papers in international conferences and journals, and served in the program committees for over 130 international conferences and workshops, including top-tier cybersecurity conferences.
Joe Li is interested in running for the seat in the Committee on Sexual and Gender Based Violence – Faculty Position, Term 2020-2022. He is motivated to serve the UO community and explore data-driven approaches to addressing campus problems, including sexual and gender based violence. In particular, he is working with several colleagues across UO toward developing an early cuing system with cyber data collected from multiple sources on UO campus so as to help mitigate various campus problems on a daily basis.