My name is Wenyu Ren (任问宇). I'm currently a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Computer Science at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I am doing research in the area of mobile networking and network security under the supervision of Porf. Klara Nahrstedt. I got my B.E. degree in Department of Electronic Engineering, Tsinghua University.
August 2016: I finished my summer internship at Facebook in Menlo Park.
July 2016: My paper "OLAF: Operation-Level Traffic Analyzer Framework for Smart Grid" is accepted by IEEE SmartGridComm 2016.
August 2015: I finished my summer internship at Google in Mountain View.
March 2015: My co-authered paper “Secure and Scalable Data Collection with Time Minimization in the Smart Grid” is accepted by IEEE Transactions on Smart Grid.
August 2014: I start to work on a new project named ARMORE whose objective is to develop a distributed peer-based framework to provide secure information exchange internally in critical infrastructure to increase security and resiliency of grid operation.
August 2014: My co-authered paper “Practical and Secure Machine-to-Machine Data Collection Protocol in Smart Grid” is accepted by IEEE M2MSec 2014.