I got my PhD from Electrical Engineering at
Stanford University (2002 - 2005). My thesis advisor is
Prof. John C. Mitchell and co-advisor is Prof. Fouad Tobagi.
Fortunately I have been supported by Chambers Fellow, as part of the Stanford Graduate Fellowship program.
My resume is available upon request.
I have a broad range of interests in security, systems, and networking. I like attacking practical problems using mathematical and theoretical approaches, in the area of network security, algorithms, and multimedia in wireless networks and Internet. I have been working on various security protocols, resource management, and network performance projects. I am also looking into the emergent problems like malware prevention, intrusion detection, etc.
My thesis work was on wireless security. Here are my finalized thesis, a list of my papers and talks. Also you can take a look at the Security Lab for other interesting projects.
Here is a complete list of technical courses I have taken at Stanford.
Some selected projects on security and networking might be more interesting.
Just for convenience, I collect some userful or useless links.