I am an assistant professor with the CS Department at NC State University. I received my Ph.D. degree from the University of Florida in 2018 and B.Eng. degree from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China in 2013.
My lab's research interest is to tackle the security, data privacy, and communication & networking challenges in future communication systems such as 5G (beyond) and quantum internet. The applied methodology includes theories (e.g., optimization, control, and statistics) and experiments (e.g., reverse-engineering, system implementation, and hardware-software co-design). Our mission is to build more secure and functional communication systems for the future connected world.
[11.2023] Our position paper on (differential) privacy by memory design is accepted by IEEE MICRO.
[10.2023] Our paper on differential privacy for graph neural networks is accepted by IEEE TIFS.
[08.2023] Our paper on the security hardware accelerator design for LoRa is accepted by IEEE IoT-J. Congratualtions Steven!
[08.2023] Our project on quantum sensing for crop disease detection is funded by the NSF QuSec-TAQs program. Thanks NSF! [NSF news], [NQI news], [NCSU news]
[07.2023] Our paper on qubit recycling in entanglement distillation is accepted by IEEE QCE'23. Congratulations Stuart!
[07.2023] Our project on quantum gate multiplexing is funded by IBM. Thanks IBM!
[12.2022-06.2023] Offline for parental leave.