About Mingwei Zhang

I am a Ph.D. candiate at University of Oregon pursuing a PhD degree in
Computer Science. I am working with Professor Jun Li on various network related topics such as Internet routing, anomaly detection systems, software-defined networking and other networking technologies. Here is a list of the projects that I’ve been working on.

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Publication

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Presentations

  • Mingwei Zhang, “DrawBridge Demonstration,” DHS DDoSD PI Meeting, San Diego, 2016
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  • Mingwei Zhang, Jun Li, Peter Reiher, “Game-Theory-Based DDoS Defense Strategy Study”, Graduate Research Forum, University of Oregon, 2016
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  • Gavriil Chaviaras, Petros Gigis, Andrew Weiner, Mingwei Zhang, “Automated prefix deaggregation as a defense mechanism,” First CAIDA BGP Hackathon, San Diego, 2016
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  • Jun Li, Mingwei Zhang, Lumin Shi, Devkishen Sisodia, Elizabeth Fuller, Peter Reiher (UCLA), “DrawBridge Leveraging Software-Defined Networking for DDoS Defense”, NANOG 66 Lightning Talk, San Diego, 2016
  • Link: PDF, Google Slides, video
  • Mingwei Zhang, “On the state of intra-domain and intra-domain routing security”, Oral comprehensive presentation, University of Oregon, 2015
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  • Mingwei Zhang, Jun Li, “Internet Routing Anomaly Detection and Root-cause Analysis”, Graduate Research Forum, University of Oregon, 2015
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  • Mingwei Zhang, Jun Li, “Internet Routing Anomaly Detection and Visualization”, Graduate Research Forum, University of Oregon, 2014
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  • Mingwei Zhang, Jun Li, “Buddyguard+: An Adaptive IP Prefix Anomaly Monitor”, Poster Contest, Computer and Information Science, University of Oregon, 2014
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  • Ghulam Memon, Matteo Varvello, Rafael Läufer, T.V. Lakshman, Jun Li, Mingwei Zhang, “FlashFlow: a GPU-based Fully Programmable OpenFlow Switch”, Poster Contest, Computer and Information Science, University of Oregon, 2014
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