Qinge Xie

Qinge Xie



About Me

Hi, I am a first year PhD student in Computer Science at Georgia Tech, fortunately advised by Prof. Frank Li. Currently, I also work with Prof. Haixin Duan in at Tsinghua University. My research interests are primarily in network security and system, particularly in data-driven security problems and DNS.

Before Gatech, I received my bachelor’s from Zhejiang University of Technology, and received M.S. from Fudan University, advised by Prof. Yang Chen.

Email: qgxie@gatech.edu

Office: 756 West Peachtree Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30308-4016, USA

Internship Experience
  • Qi An Xin Technology Research Institute, 2020

    supervised by Prof. Haixin Duan

  • SAND Lab, the Univ. of Chicago, 2019

    supervised by Prof. Ben Y. Zhao and Prof. Haitao Zheng

  • MC2 group, Aalto Univ., 2018

    supervised by Prof. Yu Xiao


(2021). Trimming Mobile Applications for Bandwidth-Challenged Networks in Developing Regions. IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing (TMC).


(2020). Deep Graph Convolutional Networks for Incident-Driven Traffic Speed Prediction. Proceedings of the 29th ACM International Conference on Information & Knowledge Management (CIKM'20).


(2018). We Know Your Preferences in New Cities: Mining and Modeling the Behavior of Travelers. IEEE Communications Magazine.


(2018). LBSLab: A User Data Collection System in Mobile Environments. Proceedings of Workshop on Mobile Human Contributions: Opportunities and Challenges (MHC'18), UbiComp 2018.


(2017). Understanding User Activity Patterns of the Swarm App: A Data-driven Study. Proceedings of UbiComp 2017, Poster Session.