I am a Ph.D. student in the School of Computer Science at Georgia Tech, advised by Prof. Wenke Lee.
Security vulnerabilities are dangerous, and some would create a headline… My research goal is to develop automatic tools to detect and exploit previously unknown vulnerabilities, so that people can be aware of both the existence and the security consequence of vulnerabilities in their systems, way earlier than adversaries.
I received my Bachelor’s Degree in Wuhan University. My undergraduate research advisors are Prof. Qian Wang and Prof. Zhibo Wang. Before coming to Georgia Tech, I was fortunate to work under the supervision of Prof. Peng Liu in PennState for one year.
Apr 23, 2022. One paper accepted to ACM CCS 2022.
Feb 10, 2022. Google open sourced my intern project to help community fight log4j-like vulnerabilities!
Jul 15, 2021. Gave two talks about automatic web vulnerability detection at Google.
Dec 10, 2020. One paper accepted to USENIX Security 2021.
Nov 15, 2020. Our work was nominated as “Most Innovative Research” at Pwnie Award.
Jul 8, 2020. One paper accepted to DEFCON 2020. Only very few talks are invited, cheers!
May 8, 2020. One paper accepted to Black Hat USA 2020.
Mar 1, 2020. I will join Google as a summer intern working on virtualization security.
Aug 1, 2019. One paper accepted to IEEE S&P 2020.