Changyu Dong

Email: changyu.dong AT


I am an MoE Yangtze River Chair Professor at Institute of AI and Blockchain, Guangzhou University. I am also a visiting professor at Newcastle University and a Turing Fellow at the Alan Turing Institute. My research interests fall under the broad heading of cyber security, e.g. applied cryptography, data privacy, AI security, and trust management. My recent work focuses mostly on designing practical secure computation protocols with applications to large scale privacy preserving data processing. The application domains include for example privacy preserving medical data analytics, secure cloud computing, privacy preserving data mining and private machine learning.

Previously I was a Senior Lecturer in the School of Computing at Newcastle University. Before coming to Newcastle, I was a Lecturer at the University of Strathclyde, before that a post-doctoral researcher in the Department of Computing at Imperial College London. I received my PhD and MSc from Imperial in 2009 and 2005 respectively. I received my BSc degree from Fudan University in 1999. I also worked several years as a network engineer back in China.


Jun 22, 2022 Paper accepted by IEEE TDSC
Apr 13, 2022 Paper accepted by IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems
Dec 10, 2021 Our project AGENCY: Assuring Citizen Agency in a World with Complex Online Harms is funded by the EPSRC (£2.75m at 80% FET)
Nov 19, 2021 Paper accepted by FC’22
Aug 22, 2021 Paper accepted by IEEE ICDM ‘21