Boqin Qin

PhD candidate
State Key Laboratory of Network Security
Beijing Univeristy of Posts and Telecommunications
Haidian District, Beijing 100876
CV: [pdf]

About Me

I am a PhD candidate of State Key Laboratory of Network Security at Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications.
My research interests span the areas of network security and software security. The goal of my research is to
help developers build more secure networks and systems.

I was a visiting scholar of Information Sciences and Technology College at The Pennsylvania State University from Oct. 2018 to Jan. 2020.
I was fortunately supervised by Prof. Linhai Song, who gave me great help and suggestions on life and academy.

I got my bachelor degree from Computer Science department of Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications in 2014.


  • Understanding Memory and Thread Safety Practices and Issues in Real-World Rust Programs
    Boqin Qin*, Yilun Chen*, Zeming Yu, Linhai Song, and Yiying Zhang. PLDI'2020
    (Yilun and Boqin are co-first-authors. We contributed a similar amount of work to this paper.)
  • Measuring and Modeling the Label Dynamics of Online Anti-Malware Engines
    Shuofei Zhu, Jianjun Shi, Limin Yang, Boqin Qin, Ziyi Zhang, Linhai Song, and Gang Wang. USENIX Security'2020
  • An Adaptive Encryption-as-a-Service Architecture Based on Fog Computing for Real-Time Substation Communications
    Hua Zhang, Boqin Qin, Tengfei Tu, Ziqing Guo, Fei Gao, and Qiaoyan Wen. IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics PP(99):1-1