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Shihan Lin
林士翰
PhD Candidate
Department of Computer Science
Duke University

lshzy137 at gmail.com
shihan.lin at duke.edu
   

About Me
I am a PhD candidate in the Department of Computer Science at Duke University since 08/2019. I am working with Prof. Xiaowei Yang on computer networks and distributed systems. At Duke, I am also fortunate to work with other excellent researchers, including Prof. Danyang Zhuo, Prof. Matthew Lentz, Prof. Bruce Maggs, and Prof. Tom Anderson (UW).

I graduated from Fudan University in 2019 with a B.S. in Computer Science. At Fudan, I worked with Prof. Yang Chen and Prof. Xin Wang on measurement and analysis of mobile networks in Mobile Systems and Networking Group. I also collaborated with Prof. Chenren Xu (PKU) and Prof. Gang Wang (UIUC).

Education
Duke University, Durham, NC, US        08/2019 - Present
   PhD candidate in Computer Science
  Advisor: Xiaowei Yang

Fudan University, Shanghai, China        09/2015 - 06/2019
   Undergraduate in Computer Science, Honor Class, Denghui Scholar
  Overall GPA: 3.56/4.0,  Ranking: 10/117,  Marjor GPA: 3.75
  Advisor: Yang Chen

Experience
Google, Durham, NC US        05/2022 - 08/2022
   PhD Software Engineering Intern in IPsec VPN team
  Host: Sergey Sorokin, Sanjay Khanna

Award
Denghui Scholar of Fudan Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program, 2020
National Innovation and Entrepreneurship Training Program for College Students, 2019
Meritorious Winner, Mathematical Contest in Modeling, 2018
First Prize, Fudan Collegiate Programming Contest, 2017
Second Prize, Scholarship for Students in Honor Class, 2017
Second Prize, Scholarship for OutStanding Students, 2016, 2018
First Prize, National Olympiad in Informatics in Provinces. 2014

Teaching
Spring 22: Distributed Systems (COMPSCI 512)
Fall 21: Cloud-Based Security (COMPSCI 590.8)
Spring 21: Computer Network Architecture (COMPSCI 356)
Fall 20: Advanced Computer Networks (COMPSCI 514)



Last Update: 01/26/2023