About Me

     I am a third-year Ph.D. student in Laboratory for Information and Decision Systems (LIDS) at MIT. I am also in MIT AeroAstro and MIT Statistics and Data Science Center. My research advisor is Prof. Eytan Modiano.

I obtained my B.S. degree in Computer Science (with the highest honor) from Shanghai Jiao Tong University. During my undergraduate studies, I spent two years as research intern, working with Prof. Luoyi Fu and Prof. Xinbing Wang.

I am broadly interested in theoretical problems in networking. Currently, I am working on understanding the fundamental limit of adversarial attacks on networks from the perspectives of queueing and network flow. Previously, my works had more of an algorithmic flavor, focusing on designing combinatorial algorithms for energy optimization in wireless networks and de-anonymization in social networks.

 

 

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