Ruimin Sun is a third-year Ph.D. student at Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Florida, advised by Dr. Daniela Oliveira and Dr. Andy Li. She now works at Florida Institute of Cybersecurity (FICS) and NSF I/UCRC Center for Big Learning. Ruimin received her M.S. degree from Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering at the University of Florida in 2014, advised by Dr. Andy Li. Before joining UF, Ruimin received her B.S. degree from Southeast University in China in 2012.
- Research Interests: System Security and Software Reliability
- Email: gracesrm at ufl dot edu
- Address: 206 MAE Building, Gainesville, Florida
- Homepage: http://plaza.ufl.edu/gracesrm/
- Ruimin Sun, Andrew Lee, Aokun Chen, Don Porter, Matt Bishop and Daniela Oliveira. Bear: A Framework for Understanding Application Sensitivity to OS (Mis)Behavior. ISSRE 2016. Ottawa, Canada, Oct. 23-27.
- Ruimin Sun, Don Porter, Daniela Oliveira and Matt Bishop. The Case for Unpredictability as Deception as OS Features. Usenix ;login, Aug 2015. (Invited Paper)
- Ruimin Sun, Don Porter, Daniela Oliveira and Matt Bishop. The Case for Less Predictable Operating System Behavior. 15th Workshop on Hot Topics in Operating Systems. Kartause Ittingen, Switzerland, May 18-20 2015.