I am an Associate Professor in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at Washington State University, Pullman. I was previously advised by Dr. Barbara Ryder and Dr. Daphne Yao during my postodc and by Dr. Douglas Thain and Dr. Raul Santelices for my PhD study. My research generally lies in software engineering and software security, with a current focus on program analysis and machine/deep learning for security applications to multilingual software, distributed systems, and mobile apps. The main goal of my research is to develop practically scalable and cost-effective techniques and tools that improve the productivity of software developers and the quality of large-scale, complex real-world software systems.
Undergraduate mentoring office hours: Tuesday 11:00am-12pm Meeting ID with Zoom: https://wsu.zoom.us/my/hcaiwsu
Congratulations to Xiaoqin for successfully passing his PhD dissertation defense and becoming Dr. Fu!
Humbled to receive the Junior Faculty Research Award from the Voliland College of Engineering and Architecture and EECS Early Career Award from the School of EECS; grateful to great colleagues, students, and mentors for their support!
PolyCruise was accepted to USENIX Security'22, Congrats to Wen! PolyCruise enabled the discovery of the first batch of high-severity cross-language security vulnerabilities with 8 unique CVEs assigned.