The research tools we developed in web security and privacy was covered by UVa Today in Feburary, 2015.
My work as a research intern at Microsoft Research has resulted in a patent: Identifying Implicit Assumptions Associated with a Software Product, which was submitted in Mar, 2013 and published in Sept, 2014.
Yuchen was the recipient of the 2014 Louis T. Radar Graduate Research Award. The award was issued at the annual luncheon to celebrate the end of a semester year.
As the primary author, I contributed significantly to an award proposal and (along with my advisor Prof. David Evans) received a Google Research Award for our research in securing Single Sign-On enabled applications. A total of $59,000 was gifted to our research lab to support future work in this area.
As the primary author, I contributed significantly to a funding proposal (TrustWorthy Computing: Automated Security Testing for Applications Integrating Third-Party Services) and the proposal was approved for a $500,000 NSF Grant based on our research in securing Single Sign-On enabled applications.
I was the recipient of student travel grant awards of USENIX Security, 2013.