Qingxu "Mycroft" Liu. Detail-oriented computer science undergraduate research assistant with strong
mathematics background and hands-on experience performing laboratory work to advance research
goals. Good coding background with multiple computer languages. Currently pursuing degree of
Mathematics B. S. and Computer Science B. S. double major at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities.
Mycroft is easy to cooperate with and hunger to learn new things. Currently looking for an internship in computer science labs and IT software industries.
Disciplines: Computer Network, 5G Application, Data Analysis
IB Diploma Program
Advisor: Prof. Zhi-Li Zhang
Qwest Chair Professor and McKnight Distinguished University Professor at the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities
5G mmWave Researcher
Publication: A First Look at Commercial 5G Performance on Smartphones
5GTracker is an app collecting information such as 5G/4G network status, tower handoff status, GPS, etc. from the devices.
United States 5G Coverage Map
Using NFQueue and Scapy to analyze IoT data.
Supported security supervision, operaion and maintainess in all digital projects. Built up internal security tools with open source software. Involved in data loss prevention and compliance projects. Lead the investigation on one serious security incident and found the hacker.
Supported software engineering in School-Parents Communication Platform project. Used CentOS, Oracle SQL, Java, Spring, etc. on regular basis. Best intern student award.
Lumos5G: Mapping and Predicting Commercial mmWave 5G Throughput (to appear) Arvind Narayanan, Eman Ramadan, Rishabh Mehta, Xinyue Hu, Qingxu Liu, Udhaya Kumar Dayalan, Rostand Fezeu, Saurabh Verma, Peiqi Ji, Tao Li, Feng Qian, Zhi-Li Zhang ACM IMC 2020, Remote Conference, October, 2020
A First Look at Commercial 5G Performance on Smartphones Arvind Narayanan, Eman Ramadan, Jason Carpenter, Qingxu Liu, Yu Liu, Feng Qian, Zhi-Li Zhang WWW 2020, Taipei, Taiwan (China), April, 2020
- FC Barcelona fan
- Love traveling
- Love playing golf