Gernerally, his research focus on looking for new ways to break and fix systems to improve Internet security. He has published multiple papers on the “Big 4” security conferences (NDSS, CCS, USENIX Security and IEEE S&P). Among them, the NDSS paper on CDN attacks has won the “Distinguished Paper Award”. His research has not only been recognized by the academic community, but also helped many industrial companies(eg. Google, Apple, Akamai) and open-source software(eg. Squid, Firefox, Tomcat) to fix multiple vulnerabilities.
PhD in Computer Science, 2018
BSc in Computer Science, 2013
I am serving as an reviewer for IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking(ToN).