Wei Wang

Principal Member of Technical Staff

Research Interests

  • Network Security
  • Intrusion Detection / Prevention
  • Data Mining
  • Sequential Data Analysis

Education and Work Experience

I have just finished my Ph.D. degree 2010 from Stevens Institute of Technology. My main research work is focused on anomaly detection for data networks. Besides intrusion detection and prevention, I am also interested in network protocol design, routing schemes, QoS, content distribution systems, multimedia communication and large scale data mining. Now, the emerging mobile network security problem is in the spotlight.

Journals

  • Mining Abnormal Concept Drifting By Sequential Analysis by Wei Wang, Hong Man, Guoqi Luo
    Submitted to Engineering Applications of Artificial Intelligence, elsevier, 2010
  • A Framework for Intrusion Detection Systems by Social Network Analysis Methods in Ad Hoc Networks by Wei Wang, Hong Man, Yu Liu
    Security and Communication Networks, Wiley journals, April 6, 2009
  • DES: Diversity Enhanced Security by Fangming He, Hong Man, Wei Wang
    Submitted to Communication letter 2010

Conferences and Workshops

  • Traffic Anomaly Detection By Reasoning-Gaussian Process Dynamic Model by Wei Wang, Yafeng Yin, Hong Man, Fangming He
    Submitted to Infocom, 2010
  • A Network Coding Method for Channel Signature Based Key Distribution by Fangming He, Wei Wang, Hong Man, Xingzhong Xu
    Submitted to Infocom, 2010
  • Collaborative Anomaly Detection For Structured P2P Networks by Wei Wang, Hong Man, Fangming He
    Globecomm, 2009
  • An Intrusion Detection System in Ad Hoc Networks: A Social Network Analysis Approach by Wei Wang, Hong Man, Yu Liu
    Consumer Communications and Networking Conference (CCNC), 2009
  • REAM: RAKE Receiver Enhanced Authentication Method by Fangming He, Wei Wang, Hong Man
    Cyber security and network management, Milcom, 2010
  • Distributed maximum likelihood estimation for bandwidth-constrained wireless sensor networks by Wei Wang, Hongbin Li
    the 12th IEEE Digital Signal Processing Workshop, 2006