School of Information Systems
Singapore Management University
Tel: +65-68280683 Fax: +65-68280913
I joined the School
of Information Systems
Management University after receiving my Ph.D. degree in Computer
Science from USC with most of my research done at UC Irvine. Before
that, I received the B.Eng and M.Sc from the Shanghai Jiao Tong
University. (A full CV is here.)
My team are currently inspired to design a user-centric trust anchor
in commodity x86 and ARM platforms to counter kernel-level
have several openings for research engineers/assistants/visiting
students. Welcome to send me your CV if interested in joining us!
(system security, applied cryptography on privacy preserving, multimedia security)
System security I
am interested in building secure and trustworthy systems to counter
attacks from malicious software from both the application and kernel
levels. I have worked on the following projects in the recent years.
- Virtualization-based secure systems
- Return oriented programming and the countermeasure
Applied cryptography and privacy protection My primary interest in applied cryptography is to protect data privacy in various database and network applications.
- Privacy preserving in database applications.
Fine-Grained Cryptographic Access Control over Cloud Data, ISC
- Applied cryptographic protocols/algorithms.
A Generic Construction of Accountable Decryption and Its Applications, ACISP 2012 (Best student paper award)
Multimedia security In this area, my research focuses on protecting confidentiality and integrity of H.264/SVC streams.
On Security of Content-Based Video Stream Authentication, ESORICS 2015
A hybrid scheme for authenticating scalable video codestreams, IEEE TIFS 2014
and access control of scalable multimedia streams over packet-lossy
networks, SCN 2014
No Tradeoff Between Confidentiality and
Performance: An Analysis On H.264/SVC Partial Encryption, IFIP CMS'12 (Best paper award)
(updated on March 2015)