Chenghong Wang


Assistant Professor
Department of Computer Science
Indiana University Bloomington
3054 Luddy Hall, Bloomington, IN 47408
Contact: cw166 AT iu (dOt) edu

Curriculum Vitae (Updated by Jul 2023)

I am an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science at Indiana University. I am also affiliated with Luddy’s Security & Privacy in Informatics, Computing, and Engineering (SPICE) Center. I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science from Duke University under the supervision of Ashwin Machanavajjhala and Kartik Nayak.

I have a keen interest in the synergy of cryptography and differential privacy, particularly when harnessed to architect large-scale systems for the management, computation, and learning over confidential data. My current research focuses are listed as follows:

I am looking for self-motivated students starting Fall 2023, with multiple fully-funded RA positions available. If any of the research topics capture your interest, feel free to drop me an email along with your CV. More details can be found here

Recent News

Jul 12, 2024 Our proposal on Usable Private Data Federation has been awarded by the NSF CICI program.
Sep 21, 2023 Our paper (with Hongwu et. al.), LinGCN: Structural Linearized Graph Convolutional Network for Homomorphically Encrypted Inference has been accepted by NeurIPS 23.
Jul 31, 2023 Check out our latest posts (with Kartik) on Decentralized Thoughts that explain the key intuition in our work on private proof-of-stake blockchains, part1, part2, and our talks on Zcon4.
Jul 24, 2023 Our paper (with Yukui et. al.), AQ2PNN: Enabling Two-party Privacy-Preserving Deep Neural Network Inference with Adaptive Quantization has been accepted by MICRO 23.
Jul 20, 2023 Our paper (with Hongwu et. al.), AutoReP: Automatic ReLU Replacement for Fast Private Network Inference has been accepted by ICCV 23.