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Duc Bui


PhD Student
Computer Science and Engineering Department
University of Michigan
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I am Duc Bui, a PhD student in CSE Department at the University of Michigan. I am working with Professor Kang Shin and excellent people at Real-Time Computing Lab. My current research focuses on applying natural language processing and machine learning for automatic analysis of online privacy policies.

Publications

  1. Rethinking Energy-Performance Trade-Off in Mobile Web Page Loading.
    Duc Hoang Bui, Yunxin Liu, Hyosu Kim, Insik Shin, Feng Zhao.
    ACM SIGMOBILE GetMobile Magazine 2016.
  2. Demo: Mobile Plus: Mobile platform for Transparent Sharing of Functionalities Across Devices.
    Sangeun Oh, Hyuck Yoo, Daelyong Jeong, Sooyoung Park, Duc Hoang Bui, Sungsoo Moon, Sangjeong Lee, Chul-Joo Kim and Insik Shin.
    ACM International Conference on Mobile Systems, Applications and Services (MobiSys) 2016.
  3. Rethinking Energy-Performance Trade-Off in Mobile Web Page Loading. [slides]
    Duc Hoang Bui, Yunxin Liu, Hyosu Kim, Insik Shin, Feng Zhao.
    ACM International Conference on Mobile Computing and Networking (MobiCom) 2015.
    Featured on Microsoft Research Blog, Phys.org, and WinBeta.
    Project page Source code
  4. GreenBag: Energy-efficient Bandwidth Aggregation for Real-time Streaming in Heterogeneous Mobile Wireless Networks.
    Duc Hoang Bui, Kilho Lee, Sangeun Oh, Hyojeong Shin, Insik Shin, Honguk Woo, and Daehyun Ban.
    IEEE Real-Time Systems Symposium (RTSS) 2013.
    Project page
  5. A Case Study of the Application of Dynamic Symbolic Execution to Real-World Binary Programs.
    Duc Bui Hoang, Yunho Kim, and Moonzoo Kim.
    Korea Conference on Software Engineering (KCSE) 2012.
  6. A method of verifying web service composition.
    Thang Huynh Quyet, Quynh Pham Thi, and Duc Bui Hoang.
    ACM International Symposium on Information and Communication Technology (SoICT) 2010.

Honors and Awards

  • Naver PhD Fellowship 2016, by Naver Corporation for excellent PhD students in computer science.
  • Microsoft Research Asia Fellowship 2015: Nomination Award, ranked 14th out of 90 students from top universities in Asia.
  • Microsoft Research Asia Excellent Award 2015, in the Stars of Tomorrow Internship Program.
  • Qualcomm Innovation Award 2015: Finalist, ranked in top ten, out of 37 final-round projects.
  • Outstanding M.S. Thesis Award in Computer Science, 2013.
  • Korean Government Scholarship for Master’s degree at KAIST, 2010.
  • Scholarship for Outstanding Students, Vietnam Ministry of Information and Communications, 2009

Theses