Guang's Research Home

I'm currently the research director at Shanghai Tree-Graph Blockchain Research Institute (Conflux), which is initiated by Fan Long and Andrew Yao.

Before joining Conflux, I was an assistant professor at Institute of Computing Technology (ICT), Chinese Academy of Sciences, after working as a postdoctoral researcher at Center for the Theory of Interactive Computation (CTIC), Aarhus University.

I finished my Ph.D on August 2015 and defended on December.

In graduate school, I read computer science and mathematics under the advising of Periklis A. Papakonstantinou in Institute for Theoretical Computer Science (a.k.a. IIIS, which is Turing Award winner Andrew Yao’s institute) at Tsinghua University.

Research Interests:

Blockchain, Foundations of Cryptography, Game Theory, and Streaming Computation.


Tsinghua University -- Institute for Interdisciplinary Information Sciences (IIIS)

September 2010 -- December 2015

Ph.D in Computer Science (advisor: Periklis A. Papakonstantinou)

Doctoral dissertation: Cryptography and Randomness Extraction in the Multi-Stream Model.

Tsinghua University -- Yao Class at Department of Computer Science and Technology

August 2006 -- July 2010

B.Eng. in Computer Science