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University of California, Berkeley; Berkeley, CA
Masters of Science, Computer Security Expected Graduation Date: May 2017
Bachelors of Art, Computer Science & Bachelors of Art, Practice of Art; GPA: 3.714 Graduation Date: May 2016
CS 61A: Structure & Interpretation of Computer Programs CS 188: Artificial Intelligence
CS 61B: Data Structures & Algorithms CS 168: Introduction to the Internet
CS 61C: Computer Architecture and Machine Structure CS 162: Operating Systems
CS 70: Discrete Mathematics and Probability Theory CS 294: Cryptography and Secure Computation
EE 16A: Designing Information Devices and Systems CS261N: Network Security
CS 161: Computer Security CS294-20: RISE Seminar
Programming Languages: Proficient in Python; Experience in Java, C
Programs and Platforms: Vim, Eclipse, Android Studio, Angular JS, Mockito, Guice, GitBash, PuTTY, WinSCP
University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, CA
Graduate Student Researcher in Computer Security May 2016-Present
Undergraduate Research Assistant in Computer Security August 2015-May 2016
Research in Android Permissions; study on privacy and contextual integrity.
Perform user studies, modify Android operating system, parse data, design interfaces and exit surveys, contribute to papers.
Research in Tor; study on Internet censorship and censorship circumvention.
Usenix Symposium 2016 Austin, TX
6th Usenix Workshop on Free and Open Communications on the Internet August 2016
Censors Delay in Blocking Circumvention Proxies: A study and analysis of how long it takes Tor bridges to be blocked, and what it means.
Publications and details of the research can be found here:
Google Inc. Mountain View, CA
Software Engineering Intern; Information Security Assurance - Automation Team May 2016-August 2016
Automate and streamline complex security scanners that originally were manually run.
Wrote integration testing from scratch for host based security scanner.
Enable applications to more efficiently perform checks for security vulnerabilities.
Wrote high-quality, well-tested, general-purpose code.
Google Inc. New York City, NY
Engineering Practicum Intern; Legal Compliance Team May 2015-August 2015
Developed internal applications that perform data processing for Googles Legal Compliance Team. Implement multiple features and wrote
high-quality, well-tested, general-purpose code. Contributed to codebase by adding to general purpose libraries.
Attended Googles Women in Engineering summit at Googles headquarters in Mountain View.
University of California, Berkeley Berkeley, CA
Computer Security Course (CS 161),
Reader, Assistant for August 2015-May 2016
Academic Assistant for Electrical Engineering: Designing Information Devices and Systems (EE 16A) January 2016-May 2016
Aid students in understanding course material (cryptography, network security, web security, system security).
Provide support for teaching assistants and help with course design, grading, projects, and exam preparation.
Zenith Tutoring, LLC Mountain View, CA
Tutor, Administrative Assistant December 2012-Present
Specialized in tutoring: ACT, SAT/Subject Tests, AP Tests. College application counselor. Tutor for underrepresented students.
Open Computing Facility (OCF): January 2014-May 2016
Help community utilize free, open-source computing resources. Maintain & improve services based on open-source software.
Languages: English (native), Mandarin (native), Taiwanese (native), Spanish
Upsilon Pi Epsilon Fraternity, Nu Chapter: Member of international premiere computer science honors society
California Climbing Team: Vice President and competitive climber
Chinese Hammered Dulcimer (Butterfly Harp): Performance level in CCOM exams, private in-home instructor
Alpha Delta Pi Sorority: Philanthropy Committee; Scholarship Committee
The Daily Californian Staff: Illustrator, provide weekly artwork to be published in the school newspaper