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Chunyi Peng

Associate Professor of Computer Science


Joined department: Fall 2017

Education

Ph.D, University of California, Los Angeles, Computer Science (2013)

Chunyi Peng's research interests are in the broad areas of mobile networking, system and security, with a recent focus on renovating 5G/6G mobile network architecture/protocols/technologies, mobile network analytics, network verification, network security (real attacks and defense), and efficient visual sensing and computing for IoTs (mainly for drones).

Selected Publications

MobileInsight: Extracting and Analyzing Cellular Network Information on Smartphones, Yuanjie Li, Chunyi Peng, Zengwen Yuan, Jiayao Li, Haotian Deng and Tao Wang. Proceeding of the 22nd Annual International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking (MobiCom'16), New York, USA, Oct. 2016.

CEIVE: Combating Caller ID Spoofing on 4G Mobile Phones Via Callee-Only Inference and Verification, Haotian Deng, Weicheng Wang, and Chunyi Peng, (MobiCom'18), Oct 2018.

iCellSpeed: increasing cellular data speed with device-assisted cell selection, Haotian Deng, Qianru Li, Jingqi Huang, Chunyi Peng, (MobiCom'20), Sep 2020.

Experience: A Five-Year Retrospective of MobileInsight, Yuanjie Li, Chunyi Peng, Zhehui Zhang, Zhaowei Tan, Haotian Deng, Jinghao Zhao, Qianru Li, Yunqi Guo, Kai Ling, Boyan Ding, Hewu Li, Songwu Lu, 
(MobiCom'21), April 2022.

Insecurity of Operational Cellular IoT Service: New Vulnerabilities, Attacks, and Countermeasures, Sihan Wang, Guan-Hua Tu, Xinyu Lei, Tian Xie, Chi-Yu Li, Po-Yi Chou, Fucheng Hsieh, Yiwen Hu, Li Xiao, Chunyi Peng,
(MobiCom'21), Jan 2022.

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