Weifan Jiang

  • Computer Science PhD student, Harvard University
I am a second-year PhD student in Computer Science at Harvard University. I am fortunate to be advised by Prof. Minlan Yu. My research interest is broadly in computer systems, including computer networks and security. I am also interested in applying machine learning techniques to solve system-related problems.
Prior to Harvard, I received MS in Computer Science from Columbia University in May 2021, working with Prof. Suman Jana and Prof. Ethan Katz-Bassett. I received BS with double majors in Computer Science and ACMS (Applied and Computational Math Sciences, Discrete Math and Algorithms option) from University of Washington, Seattle in June 2019.


  • 05/31/22: I am joining Google for internship in Sunnyvale during the summer.
  • 04/01/22: I will attend NSDI'22 in person in Seattle! Looking forward to meeting everyone.
  • 11/15/21: I gave a presentation at the Academic and NREN session of RIPE 83.
  • 11/04/21: My talk on our IMC'21 paper “Towards Identifying Networks with Internet Clients Using Public Data” is here!