PhD Student (2020 - present)
I'm a first year PhD student at the University of Washington in the Security & Privacy Research Lab. I'm fortunate to have two wonderful advisors: Franziska Roesner and Tadayoshi Kohno. My research focuses on the security and privacy for emerging technologies. I'm specifically interested in the computer security and privacy of augmented/mixed/virtual reality.
Before joining UW, I obtained my master's and bachelor's degree in the Computer Science and Music department (high honors and high distinctions) at the University of Virginia. I worked with Yuan Tian on various topics in Security.
08/11/2020 - Our project received research award, Explorations of Trust in AR, VR, and Smart Devices, from Facebook
TKPERM: Cross-platform Permission Knowledge Transfer to Detect Overprivileged Third-party Applications
Faysal Hossain Shezan, Kaiming Cheng, Zhen Zhang, Yinzhi Cao, Yuan Tian.
Network and Distributed System Security Symposium, 2020.
MelodyPainter: Draw the Melody in Virtual Reality
2018 New Interfaces for Musical Expression.
You can check out the demo video here
Last updated January 2021.