Headshot of Quanyan Zhu

Assistant Professor

Affiliated Faculty

Research Interests:

  • Game Theory and Applications
  • Resilient and Secure Socio-Cyber-Physical Systems
  • Adversarial Machine Learning and Signal Processing
  • Human-Robot Interactions
  • Internet of Things
  • Game and Decision Theory for Cyber Security
  • Economics and Optimization of Infrastructure Systems
  • Resource Allocations in Communication Networks

Labs:

The Laboratory for Agile and Resilient Complex Systems (LARX) focuses on developing scientific foundations for security. Our research goals are discovering new laws and principles in cybersecurity, developing a multidisciplinary approach to advance the frontiers of fundamental security research, and creating a scientific foundation for designing security through built-in agility and resilience. Toward this end, we focus on the following research topics: Cyber agility and moving target defense, security, resilience and robustness of cyber-physical systems (robots, unmanned vehicles, smart homes), interdependent security of critical infrastructure (smart grid, transportation, buildings, water), and economics of security and privacy.