Can Liu (刘灿)

Rutgers Univeristy - New Brunswick

I am a Ph.D candidate in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department and WINLAB at Rutgers University. I am a member of the Human-Computer Interaction and Security Engineering Laboratory in WINLAB under my adviser, Prof. Janne Lindqvist. My current research focuses on building a more secure, usable authentication system on mobile devices. I am also interested in other usable security and privacy topics on security engineering, alternative authentication, and driving.

News:

2018. 7. - I get a Student Grant for Conference Attendance for SOUPS 2018. See you in Baltimore!

2018. 3. - I get a Conference Travel Award from School of Graduate Studies of Rutgers.

2018. 3. - I get a 2017-2018 TA-GA Professional Development Fund awards.

2017. 10. - I get an ECE Research Excellent Award for this year.

2017. 6. - Our demo "Demo: Garda - Robust Gesture-based Authentication for Mobile Systems" is accepted by UbiComp 2017.

2017. 5. - I get another TA-GA Professional Development Fund for summer 2017.

2017. 1. - Our paper "Guessing Attacks on User-Generated Gesture Passwords" is accepted by PACM IMWUT. We are one of the three papers that are accepted by the inaugural cycle of IMWUT. The acceptance rate is 7%. We are invited to present our work in UbiComp 2017, which is the premier international forum for pervasive, ubiquitous, and wearable computing.

2017. 1. - I get the SIGCHI Student Travel Grant (SSTG) for attending the CHI 2017. An applicant is eligible to receive only one SSTG ever. Obviously, I am not eligible for another SSTG for UbiComp 2017.

2017. 1. - Our paper "Where Usability and Security Go Hand-in-Hand: Robust Gesture-Based Authentication for Mobile Systems" is accepted by CHI 2017, which is the premier international conference of Human-Computer Interaction.

2016. 6. - I am so lucky! I get another TA-GA Professional Development Fund for summer 2016 :D

2016. 2. - I get the 2015-2016 TA-GA Professional Development Fund awards.