qifan@cs.berkeley.edu

419 Soda Hall, UC Berkeley


About

I am a first year CS PhD student at UC Berkeley, advised by Prof. Ion Stoica.

My research focuses on distributed systems and networking. I do also work on any problem that interests me.

Previously, my experience at University of Washington (2012-2013, with Prof. Shyam Gollakota and Prof. Arvind Krishnamurthy) and Microsoft Research Asia (2011-2012, with Wenjun Hu) shed light on my path to graduate school (and beyond). I earned my bachelor degree in Electrical Engineering and Information Science from University of Science and Technology of China (aka USTC) in 2013.


Publication

WiSee: Whole-Home Gesture Recognition Using Wireless Signals
Qifan Pu, Sidhant Gupta, Shyam Gollakota, Shwetak Patel
MobiCom'13, Best Paper Award

QuickSync: Accelerating Information Transfer over Unsynchronized Screen-Camera Links
Wenjun Hu, Hao Gu, Qifan Pu
MobiCom'13

Expressive Privacy Control with Pseudonyms
Seungyeop Han, Vincent Liu, Qifan Pu, Simon Peter, Thomas Anderson, Arvind Krishnamurthy, David Wetherall
SIGCOMM'13

ParCast: Soft Video Delivery in MIMO-OFDM WLANs
Xiao Lin Liu, Wenjun Hu, Qifan Pu, Feng Wu, Yongguang Zhang
MobiCom'12