Sheau-Dong Lang


Associate Professor, School of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science;

Program Coordinator, Graduate Certificate in Computer Forensics

207 Harris Engineering Center (ENG III)

University of Central Florida

Orlando, FL 32816

(407) 823-2474,



Recent Courses Taught:

(Spring 2007) Numerical Calculus

(Fall 2006) Computer Forensics I: Seizure and Forensic Examination of Computer Systems

(Summer 2006) Design & Analysis of Algorithms

(Spring 2005) Computer Forensics II: Network Forensics

(Fall 2003) Network Optimization

(Fall 2002) Introduction to Discrete Structures; Topics in Computer Science

(Fall 2001) Discrete Computation Structures; Object-Oriented Programming

(Spring 2001) Computer Science III; Database Concepts



B.S. Mathematics, National Taiwan University (1971)

Ph.D. Mathematics, The Pennsylvania State University (1979)

M.S. Computer Science, The Pennsylvania State University (1981)


Research Interests:

Network security and network forensics; modeling and simulation; information retrieval and data mining; algorithm design and analysis


Recent Projects:

Adaptive learning in SAF simulation systems (sponsored by STRICOM); Network intrusion detection and simulation (sponsored by NCFS)


Selected Recent Publications (see list)

Selected Ph.D. Students:

Shuxin Li (2004-); Darren Law (employed at SAIC, Orlando)

Robert Lee (graduated 2009), University of North Texas-Dallas

Mian Zhou (graduated 2005, employed at Bank of America, Dallas)

L.-J. Mao (graduated 1998, employed at Fortune Institute of Technology, Taiwan)

Inien Syu and W.-K. Lee (graduated 1996)

Jennifer Burg (graduated 1992, employed at Wake Forest University, USA)