D/Sgt. Dan Cook has been employed with the Michigan State Police since 1998. His career has involved a multitude of investigative topics. He is assigned to the FBI Cyber Task Force and works for the Michigan State Police at the Michigan Cyber Command Center (MC3). His investigations cover both state and national cyber related threats/criminal activity.
Dr. Mingsen Deng is a professor of computer science. He is also the dean of the School of Information and the dean of Guiyang Institute of Big Data and Finance at the Guizhou University of Finance and Economics in Guiyang, China. Before joining GUFE, Deng served as the Director of the Guizhou Provincial Key Laboratory of Computational Nano-material Science in the Guizhou Education University. He has published more than 40 papers in prestigious journals in computational materials and computational finance. He specializes in the high-performance computing and has lead the design of a petascale supercomputer for Gui-An Supercomputing Center in Guizhou Province. Deng has been selected as a member of the Technical Committee of High-Performance Computing of China Computer Federation since 2010 and has received numerous awards, including One Hundred Person Project of the Guizhou Province (2016).
Professor Qihong Fu is the director of the Division of International Relations and dean of the School of Overseas Education at Guizhou Medical University. He received his Master of Arts degree from Oakland University, Michigan, in 2006. Fu has been involved in World Bank Health Projects in Guizhou in the 1990s as the translator and the EU-Guizou Dairy Products Program as the interpreter and translator in the early 2000s. In 2002, his major translation work, from Chinese into English, the Basic and Clinical Study of Hepatic Fibrosis, compiled by Prof. CHENG Mingliang, a famous hepatologist in China, was published and collected by the Harvard Medical School Library. As director of International Relations at GMU, he has facilitated the faculty and researchers at the university to establish collaborations with nearly 30 foreign universities and institutes, including those in America, Europe and Asia. GMU has been leading the success in scholarship applications from the China Scholarship Council in Beijing, as a result of the hard and effective work of the team led by Fu. His team is also very active in the China-ASEAN Education Cooperation Week for the past five years and the team hosted a forum on big health and green medical service during the China-ASEAN Education Cooperation Week in 2016.