I am a Ph.D. candidate of SAND Lab in Computer Science Department of UC Santa Barbara. My advisor is Prof. Heather Zheng. My research interests include Wireless Systems and Networking, Mobile Computing, Online Social Networks and Distributed Systems.
I received my Bachelor's degree in Department of Electronic Engineering, Tsinghua University at July 2006, and then became a master student in NGN Lab at Tsinghua. My advisor was Prof. Xing Li. I received my Master's degree at July 2009.
I've worked as a research intern in Microsoft Research (Redmond and Asia) for several times. I was mentored by David Chu (Summer 2012), Thomas Moscibroda (Summer 2011) and Yongqiang Xiong (Summer 2007).
Practical Conflict Graphs in the Wild
in Trans. on Networking (TON'14).
Our paper "On the Validity of Geosocial Mobility Traces
" got accepted by HotNets-XII
. Here is the slides
and the paper
Practical Conflict Graphs for Dynamic Spectrum Distribution
won Best Practical Paper Award
in SIGMETRICS 2013.
IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing: SwordFight: Enabling Mobile Motion Games on Commodity Phones
Our paper: Practical Conflict Graphs for Dynamic Spectrum Distribution
got accepted by SIGMETRICS 2013.
At DySpan 2012 presenting demo: Enforcing Dynamic Spectrum Access with Spectrum Permits
SwordFight work has been reported by Wired.com: En Garde! Microsoft Creates Smartphone Tech for Virtual Sword Fighting
MobiSys presentation: SwordFight: Enabling a New Class of Phone-to-Phone Action Games on Commodity Phones. slides
Mobihoc presentation about securing dynamic spectrum access using spectrum permits
. Here are the slides
Got Outstanding Publication Aword
from the department.
Our paper "Mirror Mirror on the Ceiling: Flexible Wireless Links for Data Centers"
has been accepted by ACM SIGCOMM 2012
My internship work's paper "SwordFight: Enabling a New Class of Phone-to-Phone Action Games on Commodity Phones"
has been accepted by ACM MobiSys 2012
Our paper "Enforcing Dynamic Spectrum Access with Spectrum Permits"
has been accepted by ACM MobiHoc 2012
Our work on 3D beamforming in data centers
has been reported by
New York Times
MIT Technology Review