Zeyu Ding is an assistant professor in the Department of Computer Science at Binghamton University. He received his PhD in computer science from Penn State University and BS in mathematics from Zhejiang University. He has a second PhD in Mathematics from Binghamton University.
His research interests lie in the intersection of privacy, security, machine learning and algorithmic fairness. His current research focuses on differential privacy and its interactions with software security, formal verification, statistical inference and numerical optimization.
His work has been published at top venues and has won one best paper award (2018), two best paper runner-up awards (2020, 2021) and the Caper Bowden PET Award Runner-up (2019). He also received a research award in 2019 and a teaching award in 2021 from Penn State University.
- PhD, Penn State University
- PhD, Binghamton University
- BS, Zhejiang University
- Algorithmic fairness
- Machine learning