I am currently a Ph.D. student in Computer & Information Science at UPenn under the supervision of Prof. Insup Lee, and a member of the PRECISE Center. I received the B.S. degree, summa cum laude, in Electrical Engineering from the Portland State University in 2012. After graduation, I joined Intel Corporation in Vietnam as a Process & Equipment Engineer (2012-2013), where I also served as Technical Supervisor (2013-2014) and Data Analyst (2014-2015). From 2010-2012, I was granted for a full scholarship to study 2 years at Portland State University from Intel Vietnam Study Abroad program – a $7 million program sponsored by Intel Products Vietnam. During this time, I also led a team participating in Cornell Cup USA 2012 under the supervision of Prof. Marek Perkowski & Prof. Mark Faust and won the $10000 Grand Prize out of teams from other universities in the US including MIT, UC Berkeley, etc.
My research interests span a range of topics in scalability and security of Cyber-Physical Systems and IoT applications. In particular, I aim to provide a scalable, secure platform for collecting and analyzing data from IoT sensors/medical devices. My recent projects at UPenn have been on applying Intel SGX technology to support closed-loop medical data monitoring and distributed secure platform as a service.