Publications

We describe and examine the effect of novel attacks on both centralized and distributed social-network-based Sybil defenses by exploiting temporal dynamics of the systems.
ACM CCS 2015

We propose a defense-in-depth framework for online social network Sybil detection, and evaluate our framework on a real-world large-scale Twitter dataset consisting of 20M nodes and 265M edges.
CoRR arXiv

Experience

  • NEC Laboratories America (Research Intern), Computer Security Department, Princeton, NJ, October 2016 - December 2016

  • NEC Laboratories America (Research Intern), Computer Security Department, Princeton, NJ, November 2015 - January 2016

  • Microsoft Research (Research Intern), System & Security Group, Redmon, WA, June 2015 - September 2015

Teaching

I served as a teaching assistant for the following course at Princeton University:

  • ELE/COS 432 Information Security

I served as a teaching assistant for the following courses at Shanghai Jiao Tong University:

  • VE401 Probabilistic Methods in Engineering
  • VE230 Electromagnetics I
  • VV256 Applied Calculus IV
  • VV255 Applied Calculus III
  • VV156 Applied Calculus II

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