Dr. Yuh-Jong Hu is a full professor of the Department of Computer Science
and the director of computer center at National Chengchi University (NCCU), Taiwan (R.O.C.).
Dr. Hu was bestowed as an Honorary Professor at Institute of Telecom Engineering and Management, Amity University, India ( one of the non-profit, well known and high ranking universities in India ) on 11th August, 2017.
Dr. Hu was elected as the active member of The New York Academy of Sciences on Nov. 1993.
In addition, he was certified as a subject of biographical record in Marquis "Who's Who in the World" twelfth Edition, 1995.
Dr. Hu is in charge of Emerging Network Technology (ENT) Lab.
Before being promoted to a full professor in 2002, he has accomplished several important works on software agent's trust, authentication, authorization, and delegation through digital certificates management in the Agent-Oriented Public Key Infrastructure (APKI).
Dr. Hu had been interested in the Semantic Web technologies since 2002, including ontologies and rules for privacy-preserving data integration and access on the Web.
He has been continuously providing services for several well-known Semantic and Social Web related conferences and journals as international program committee members and journal reviewers,
including RuleML, WIMS, WISE, KES-IDT, WI/IAT, WEBIST, WI&C, WIAS, JISE, etc.
More recently, he is interested in artificial intelligence/machine learning for big data analytics, deep reinforcement learning and its applications,
and information system and network security.
More specific research issues are: multi-agent systms for intelligent decision making through deep reinforcement learning, deep inforcement learning for optimizing portfolio management,
big data analytics for intelligent security, privacy-preserving big data prediction and causal impact analytics,
anomalous detection of business intelligent process, etc.
Furthermore, he is also interested in the multidisciplinary research on security and privacy protection from technology and legal perspectives.