Dept. of Computer Science and Engineering
University of California, San Diego
9500 Gilman Drive, Dept 0404
La Jolla, CA 92093-0404
I am PhD student in the Systems and Networking Group at UC San Diego. I am advised by my awesome advisor Geoff Voelker. Currently I am working on security and privacy related projects to detect malicious behavior on the Internet. This includes looking at clickfraud and article spam. Previously, I worked on a project, NEON, that uses VMM(XEN) to provide fined grained data management within a protected network. Prior to Neon, I worked on a data confinement system called Glavlit. I am the grad VP of WIC at UCSD and we try to host various events to encourage and support women in Computing. In my free time I enjoy surfing, cooking and video games.
- You can find my cv in pdf.
- DSpin: Detecting Automatically Spun Content on the Web
Zhang, Wang and Voelker. NDSS 2014
- Got Traffic? An Evaluation of Click Traffic Providers
Zhang, Ristenpart, Savage and Voelker. WebQuality 2011
- Neon: System Support for Derived Data Management
Zhang, McCullough, Ma, Schear, Vrable, Vahdat, Snoeren, Voelker and Savage. VEE 2010
- Glavlit: Preventing Exfiltration at Wire Speed
Schear, Kintana, Zhang, and Vahdat. Proceedings of the 5th ACM Workshop on Hot Topics in Networks (HotNets-V), Irvine, CA, November 2006.
- ShreXQuery: An Improved Query Translator for XPath.
Zhang, Q. The University of Utah Abstract Journal of Research, Salt Lake City, UT. 2005