Bharat K. Bhargava
Professor of computer science
Professor Bharat Bhargava a professor of computer science at Purdue University. He is conducting research in security and privacy issues in Service Oriented Architecture (SoA) and Cloud Computing. This involves identity management, trust and privacy, secure routing in internet and mobile networks and dealing with malicious hosts, adaptability to attacks, controlled data dissemination, and experimental studies. His recent work involves attack graphs for collaborative attacks. Prof. Bhargava has won six best paper awards in addition to the technical achievement award and golden core award from IEEE, and is a fellow of IEEE. He received Outstanding Instructor Awards from the Purdue chapter of the ACM in 1996 and 1998. He has graduated the largest number of PhD students in CS department and is active in supporting/mentoring minority students. He has graduated the largest number of women PhD students and the first African American student PhD in Purdue’s CS department. In 2003, he was inducted in the Purdue's Book of Great Teachers.
Cloud and Network Security, V2V safety, privacy and Autonomous Systems, Data Leakage, Smart Cities, Homes