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Wenting Zheng is an assistant professor in the Computer Science Department at CMU. Her research interests are in computer systems, security, and applied cryptography. Her recent focus is on building systems that enable “sharing without showing:” multiple organizations can jointly compute on their collective sensitive data while only learning their own input and the final result. She obtained her Ph.D. in EECS from UC Berkeley, and MEng. and bachelor’s from MIT. She was the recipient of a Berkeley Fellowship from 2014 to 2016, an IBM Research Fellowship from 2017 to 2018, and was an invited participant at the 2019 EECS Rising Stars workshop.

Education

PhD Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, UC Berkeley

MS Engineering, MIT

Media mentions


CyLab Security and Privacy Institute

CyLab researchers to present at the IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy

CyLab faculty members and students will present their research on topics ranging from mobile money practices in Africa to uncovering and identifying side-channel and evasion attacks at the 45th Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Symposium on Security and Privacy.

CyLab Security and Privacy Institute

CyLab awards 2024 seed funding

This year, CyLab has awarded $400K in seed funding to 17 CMU students, faculty, and staff members representing five departments at the university.

CyLab Security and Privacy Institute

CyLab awards 2023 seed funding

This year, CyLab has awarded $450K in seed funding to 20 faculty, staff, and students in five departments across three colleges at CMU.

CyLab Security and Privacy Institute

CyLab researchers earn NSF CAREER awards

Three CyLab Security and Privacy Institute researchers recently earned Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) awards from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The awards are the foundation's most prestigious for young faculty researchers.

CyLab Security and Privacy Institute

“Adulting” for cybersecurity, GANs, and more: CyLab’s 2022 seed funding awardees

Over $400K in seed funding has been awarded to 18 different faculty and staff across seven departments at Carnegie Mellon to support security and privacy research.