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Dr. Min (Maggie) Wang is a researcher in computational intelligence and human-centred computing. She holds a PhD in Computer Science from the University of New South Wales, focusing on brain biometrics and pattern recognition. Before joining UC, she worked as a postdoctoral research fellow at UNSW, contributing to projects in human-machine interaction and biometric security. Her research interest centers around deep learning for signal processing, pattern recognition and information integration, and covers various technological contexts such as brain-computer interfaces, human-computer interaction, biometrics and information systems. Meanwhile, She is actively engaged in research in information security, AI privacy and security, and AI for cyber-physical systems.

Maggie serves as an Associate Editor for IEEE TAI and a reviewer for IEEE TIFS, IEEE TII, IEEE TCYB, IEEE TNSRE, ACM Computing Surveys, IEEE THMS, IEEE TCDS, IEEE TETCI, IMWUT, Scientific Reports, etc. She has published in reputed journals such as the IEEE TIFS, IEEE TDSC, IEEE TCYB, and Pattern Recognition.

Research interests

  • Deep Learning and Pattern Recognition
  • Biometrics, Privacy and Security
  • Human-centered Computing and Human Factors
  • Brain-computer Interfaces
  • AI in Cyber-physical Systems
  • AI in Information Management

Education/Academic qualification

PhD, Brain Biometrics, University of New South Wales

Award Date: 27 Feb 2020

External positions

Adjunct Lecturer , UNSW Canberra (Australian Defence Force Academy)



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