Yin Liu 刘寅
Great achievements are all done through persistent effort.
Email: yinliu [AT] vt [DOT] edu
I am now a Ph.D. student in department of CS in Virginia Tech, and my advisor is Prof. Eli Tilevich.
My current research focus is compiler tools for critical program information (CPI) protection. I am also interested in software engineering and mobile computing.
Education and Working Experiences
2011 - 2014 Software Engineer, Sony Mobile Communications, Beijing, China
2013-2014 Core Software Department, Sony Mobile Communications
- Developed new features for Android framework applications including Settings, System UI, Setup wizard and Initial boot setup, using Java.
- Analyzed and solved issues of Android platform applications
- Researched and implemented the operator (such as Verizon) customized features
- Brought up & Integrated Settings features and patches on the Android new platform
2011-2013 Platform Department, Sony Mobile Communications
- Developed new features for Media Transfer Protocol (MTP), using C, C++ and Java
- Solved critical MTP issues and maintained patches
- Brought up & Integrated MTP features and patches on the Android new platform
- Transferred MTP knowledge to Tokyo sites and other teams
- Delivered contributions to Google, drafted technique articles for MTP
2008–2011 Beijing Forestry University (BJFU), Beijing, China
- M.S., Computer Software and Theory, School of Information Science and Technology
- Thesis: Policy Model in the Desktop Management System
2004–2008 Beijing Forestry University (BJFU), Beijing, China
- B.S., Computer Science and Technology, School of Information Science and Technology
- Thesis: Research on Map Building in Unknown Environment
- Software Engineering
- Security: mobile system’s security; critical program information (CPI) protection; data privacy
- Mobile Computing: parallel method in Mobile apps
Yin Liu, Zheng Song, and Eli Tilevich "Querying Invisible Objects: Supporting Data-Driven, Privacy-Preserving Distributed Applications," Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Managed Languages & Runtimes (ManLang 2017), September 2017.