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Jianjia Yu

Ph.D Student
Computer Science Department
Johns Hopkins University

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Research Insterests: Web Security, System Security, Program Analysis

I am a Ph.D Student (2020-) of Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University, where I am advised by Prof. Yinzhi Cao. My research focuses on Web Security, System Security, and Program Analysis.

Before coming to JHU, I received my bachelor's degree at Computer Science Department of Zhejiang University. I was a member of ACEE, Chu Kochen College.

Publications

RogueOne: Detecting Rogue Updates via Differential Data-flow Analysis Using Trust Domains
Raphael J. Sofaer, Yaniv David, Mingqing Kang, Jianjia Yu, Yinzhi Cao, Junfeng Yang, and Jason Nieh
CoCo: Efficient Browser Extension Vulnerability Detection via Coverage-guided, Concurrent Abstract Interpretation
Distinguished Paper Award
Jianjia Yu, Song Li, Junmin Zhu, and Yinzhi Cao
MiniTaintDev: Unveiling Mini-App Vulnerabilities through Dynamic Taint Analysis
Jianjia Yu, Zifeng Kang, and Yinzhi Cao
Rendering Contention Channel Made Practical in Web Browsers
Shujiang Wu, Jianjia Yu, Min Yang, and Yinzhi Cao

Experience

  • 2020.9 - present, Research Assistant, Johns Hopkins University
    Advisors: Prof. Yinzhi Cao
  • 2020.3 - 2020.6, Research Assistant, Zhejiang University
    Advisor: Prof. Shouling Ji
  • 2019.7 - 2019.11, Research Assistant, Johns Hopkins University
    Advisors: Prof. Yinzhi Cao
  • 2018.11 - 2019.7, Research Assistant, Zhejiang University
    Advisor: Prof. Kejun Zhang

Professional Services

  • External reviewer, The 19th ACM ASIA Conference on Computer and Communications Security (ACM ASIACCS)
    2023

  • Artifact Evaluation Committee, The Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC)
    2022

  • Organizer and Volunteer, The 52nd IEEE/IFIP International Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks (DSN)
    2022

  • External reviewer, The USENIX Security Symposium 21'Fall
    2021

Teaching Experience

  • EN 601.640 - Web Security, JHU
    Fall 2023

  • EN 601.640 - Web Security, JHU
    Fall 2022

  • EN 601.280 - Full Stack JavaScript, JHU
    Spring 2022

Misc

  • My name "蒹葭"" originally comes from one of the oldest poems in China, Classic of Poetry《诗经》. "蒹葭" means "reed". And yes, my name bothered me a lot when I was young. My English name is Suzy, which in Chinese is written as "苏茜". Try to find something in common between the two names.
  • I play Pipa, a traditional Chinese instrument. I'm a member of Hopkins East Asian Traditional (HEAT) Ensemble. Check out our Youtube and Instagram.
  • I recently got a camera and am learning to take pictures and editing with Lightroom. Click if you think I'm a photographer.

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