I am a postdoc researcher at Stanford working with Sachin Katti. I received my Ph.D. from UMass Amherst. My advisor was Deepak Ganesan. I received my bachelor and master from Tsinghua University.
I design and implement low-power communication, sensing and computing systems for Internet-of-Things. I research various layers of IoT systems, starting from physical layer wireless signaling, spanning to hardware architecture and operating system, and eventually touching applications. I invented innovative backscatter communication technologies that provide low-power wireless connectivity, leveraged software-hardware co-design to support dedicated applications, designed operating systems for intermittent powered computing systems, and improved the security and privacy of IoT devices.
ACM SIGMOBILE Doctoral Dissertation Award 2016
Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award at UMass Amherst 2016
MobiSys 2017 Best Paper Award Nominee
SenSys 2016 Best Paper Award Nominee
UbiComp 2016 Honorable Mention Award
Mobicom 2014 Best Paper Award Runner Up
Tsinghua University Scholarships, 2005 and 2008