Dr. Gu is honored to be named an ACM Distinguished Member for outstanding scientific contributions to computing.
Dr. Gu is honored to be named a 2019 Presidential Impact Fellow at Texas A&M University.
Lei and Guangliang have successfully defended their PhD thesis! Congratulations, Drs. Xu and Yang!
LipFuzzer is a new linguistic knowledge assisted fuzzing approach to assess the security of emerging vApps (e.g., Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant). The source code is now available. Please check out the project page here.
See our NDSS’20 paper for more details: Yangyong Zhang, Lei Xu, Abner Mendoza, Guangliang Yang, Phakpoom Chinprutthiwong, Guofei Gu. “Life after Speech Recognition: Fuzzing Semantic Misinterpretation for Voice Assistant Applications.” In Proc. of the Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS’19), San Diego, California, Feb. 2019. [pdf] [bib]
Dr. Gu was honored to receive 2017-2018 Dean of Engineering Excellence Award and Research Impact Award from the college of engineering.
Haopei has successfully defended his PhD thesis titled “Towards Robust, Accountable and Multitenancy-friendly Control Plane in Software-Defined Networks”. Congratulations, Haopei!
Our FRESCO is upgraded to the Floodlight plaform. The FRESCO source code and module/app store are now released! Please check our project website here for details.
Dr. Gu received a 2016-2017 Faculty Fellow Award (Charles H. Barclay, Jr. ’45 Fellow) from the College of Engineering.
Each year, M. Katherine Banks, vice chancellor and dean of engineering at Texas A&M University, recognizes faculty members who have received fellowships for their impact on their department and the college as a whole. The Department of Computer Science and Engineering had six faculty members receive a total of seven awards.
The award recipients will be formally recognized at an awards ceremony this spring.