Zecheng He

Ph.D Candidate

Department of Electrical Engineering, Princeton University

Email: zechengh@princeton.edu

I am a third-year Ph.D student in PALMS, Department of Electrical Engineering at Princeton University, advised by Prof. Ruby B. Lee. I received M.A. in Electrical Engineering at Princeton University in 2017 and B.E. in Electronic Information Engineering at University of Science and Technology of China (USTC) in 2015, respectively.


I have a broad research interest in computer and information securities:

  • Deep learning for improving security
  • Secure computer architecture and trustworthy computing
  • System security

  • Publications

    Working Experience

    SRI International, Princeton, NJ

    Deep Learning Research Intern, Jun 2017 - Sep 2017

  • Fantastic project on using enhanced temporal deep learning models for cyber-physical system anomaly detection.
  • Paper in submission to a top security conference. Removed here for anonymous review.

    Huawei Technologies, Bridgewater, NJ

    Deep Learning Research Intern, Jun 2016 - Sep 2016

  • Proposed a new adaptive-depth convolutional neural network (CNN) for image style transfer.

  • Teaching

    ELE 470 Smartphone Security and Architecture, Teaching Assistant, Princeton University, 17 Fall

    Signals and Systems, Teaching Assistant, USTC, 15 Spring

    The C Language Programing, Teaching Assistant, USTC, 14 Fall


    Princeton University

    Ph.D, Electrical Engineering, Sep 2015 -

    M.A., Electrical Engineering, Sep 2015 - May 2017

  • Gordon Y.S. Wu Fellowship in Engineering
  • GPA 3.89/4.00

    University of Science and Technology of China (USTC)

    B.E., Electronic Information Engineering, Sep 2011 - May 2015

  • Guo Moruo Scholarship
  • National Scholarship
  • GPA 4.00/4.30, rank 1/252