I am a computer science Ph.D. candidate at UCLA. I am currently
working with Prof. Mani Srivastava at Networked and Embedded System Lab (NESL).
Prior joining NESL, I was proudly and luckily working with Prof. Felix Xiaozhu Lin at Crossroads Systems Exploration Lab (XSEL) at Purdue.
My research interest widely lies on System, Security, Deep Reinforcement Learning (DRL) Infrastructures and Applications.
Curriculum Vitae: Send me an email!
Email: R 123 L 999(ONLY TAKE THE LETTERS)@cs.ucla.edu
1. Securely train the drone to recognize unsafe behaviors through deep reinforcement learning / deep Q-network.
2. Modify deep reinforcement learning and deep learning infrastructure to speed up training process.
3. Modify or capture Android Apps sensitive information without root previlege by eavesdropping Binder messages.
4. Investigating OS design bottlenecks for wearable computing devices.
Use deep reinforcement learning to solve unmanned vehicle safety issues.
Build internal security rules management tools.
Investigate wearable OS design bottlenecks.
I'm chinese. 1000000000% chinese. In my spare time, I enjoy cooking, lion dancing,
hiking, going out with friends, drinking, playing magic tricks, and sleeping.
Writing research paper on beach is probably the most enjoyable research life one can ever have, and fortunately, you can do it in LA!