I am an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics and Computer Science. In May 2016, I earned my Ph.D. in computer science department from
University of Kentucky, under the supervision of Dr. Andrew Klapper. I completed my master and bachelor degree in Computer Science from
Central China Normal University in
China. Before joining Holy Cross, I taught at Elizabethtown College in PA. My research mostly has been in the area of cryptography and network security.
For more information please see my
Office Hours (Fall 2021): Wednesday 1:00pm - 3:00pm and Thursday 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Outside of scheduled office hours, I am also available by appointment. If you
would like to make an appointment, feel free to send me an e-mail.
- Fall 2020: CSCI 131 Java programming language, CSCI 235 Algorithm
- Spring 2021: CSCI 235 Algorithm, CSCI 399 Databases
- Zhixiong Chen, Ting Gu, and Andrew Klapper. On the q-bentness of Boolean functions. Designs, Codes and Cryptography, 87.1 (2019): 163-171.
- Tim McDevitt, Jessica Lehr and Ting Gu. A Parallel Time-Memory Tradeoff Attack on the Hill Cipher. Cryptologia (2018): 1-19.
- Ting Gu, Zhixiong Chen, and Andrew Klapper. Correlation Immune Functions with Respect to the q-transform. Cryptography and Communications, 10.6 (2018):1063-1073
- Ting Gu, and Andrew Klapper. Statistical Properties of Half-l-Sequences. Cryptography and Communications, 8.3 (2016):383-400.
- Ting Gu, and Andrew Klapper. Distribution Properties of Half-l-Sequence, Sequences and Their Applications - SETA, Springer International Publishing, 2014, 234-245