Selected Publications

In this paper, we propose a two-level hierarchical architecture that is composed of two types of smart contracts: custodian and client. A custodian contract can deploy on-demand client contract, access their data and call their methods to perform specific updates. Moreover, we develop a framework to allow client contracts to share common variables among all or partial group of the contracts, which may only be mutated by its creator, custodian contracts. We measure the performance of our proposal by developing the proposed contracts and deploying them on three popular testnets.
CRYBLOCK ’18, ACM, 2018.

Projects

Ethereum ERC 860: Custodian-Client Contract Standard

A standard interface of custodian smart contracts that allows on-chain tracking of client smart contract instances.

Transfer Learning for Flower Classification by ResNet

Five categories of flowers’ pictures are being trained by a CNN, based on ResNet and through transfer learning, to provide a classifier on flower categories.

Artificial Intelligence on Ascending Triangle Pattern of Stock Markets

To make a forecast for a rising trend of stock market, the ascending triangle patterns are recognized by the use of RNN with logistic regression and SVM.

The Neon Network: Heuristic E-coupons Ecosystem on Blockchain

A Ethereum Research Project on E-Coupon smart contract and secure value distribution gateway at HKUST.

Crib Dragging Auto Cracker

It auto-cribdrags the 5000 most common English words on the cipher text to speed up the efficiency of conventional cribdragging technique.

Padding Oracle Cracker

This project exploit the vunlerability of padding oracle to crack the given CBC encrypted message and at last reveal its plain content.

Game Theory Algorithm in P2P WifiDirect Transmission Gateway

An Android research app aiming at providing peer-to-peer connection platform. Offering chat room, file transfer and even class reflection implementations for Game Theory implementations.

Talks

The Neon Network scaffolds a sustainable and scalable ticket selling framework upon Ethereum network.

A deep reinforcement learning agent solving simulated Hong Kong traffic model.

A machine learning model for chocolate consumption prediction of Godiva

The overview of IOTA Tangle with its possible attack scenarios and countermeasures.

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Published at Toward Data Science. You will be able to program and build a vanilla Feedforward Neural Network (FNN) starting today via PyTorch. Here is the python jupyter codebase for the FNN. Read More.

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Published at Breathe Publication with over 750 upvotes. This post serves as a very beginner-level overview of the crypto with 9th largest market cap , IOTA. All the graphs and contents are fully credit to IOTA’s white paper. Read More.

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Recently, as the flaws of Proof-of-Work(PoW), the consensus algorithm employed by Bitcoin, grow harder to disguise. Various alternatives such as Proof-of-Stake(PoS), Proof-of-Burn(PoB) and many of them emerged, contriving hard to take over their ancient precursor, PoW. Read More.

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To save words and time, a table is presented for you to clearly skim through the differences between a relational database (e.g. MySQL) and a non-relational database (e.g. MongoDB). There are 10 features of both types of databases are compared to provide you a high-level understanding about their distinctions. Read More.

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Today, you and your friends wanna organize a lunch gathering with the other friends, but you are not sure who will attend, and who will not. You have reserved a group lunch with given price and limited seats in a nice Taiwanese restaurant, and you hope to split the cost with the attendees eventually. How could the smart contract help you? Read More.

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Misc

Headstart Fellowship @ Silicon Valley

HKUST Engineering Student Ambassador

FireBird CTF Core Member 2017

Semi-pro Magician (Hong Kong & Taiwan)

External Executive (Mainland Student Association)

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