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I am a Professor in the
Department of Electrical Engineering and
Computer Science at University
of Michigan. I received my B.S., M.S., and Ph.D degree all from University of California at Berkeley.
I am a recipient of the NSF CAREER Award, Sloan Fellowship, and the IBM Faculty
Partnership Award. I have been named
the Morris Wellman Faculty Development Professor.
Z. Morley Mao
2260 Hayward Street
4629 Computer Science Division
Department of EECS
University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI 48109-2121
phone: +1 734 763 5407 (voice mail rarely checked, email for
Fax: +1 734 763 8094
E-mail:zmao AT umich.edu
Research | Teaching |
My research interests encompass network systems, mobile and distributed systems, and network/systems security. My work
involves both empirical data collection and analysis, as well as the
design and implementation of new systems.
Here are some of my ongoing projects:
EECS388: Computer Security [W2015]
EECS 591: Distributed Systems [F2013]
EECS280: Programming and Data Structures [W08][W09]
CS489: Computer Networks [W09],
[W07],[F05],[F04] CS589: Advanced Computer Networks
[F07],[F06],[W06], [W05], [F08],[F09],[F10]. CS598-4: Advanced Topics in Computer Networks [W04]
Securing connected and automated vehicles (CAVs), e.g., tackling
adversarial machine learning (AML) threats: (
LiDAR AML, AVGuardian). SmartHome Security,
Unix Domain Socket and Security, Mobile Open Port Security,
UI state attack.
Mobile computing, networking issues in data cellular networks,
applications on smartphones.
Mobile cloud computing, data center networking.
Network management for enterprise and ISP networks.
Android security, side channels, malware characterization and deterrence.
My Ph.D thesis "Solving the Interdomain Routing Puzzle -- Understanding Interdomain Routing Dynamics" is available here: [ ps.gz, pdf.gz].
My papers are available here.