Jinghao Zhao



I'm a Ph.D. candidate in Computer Science at University of California, Los Angeles, advised by Prof. Songwu Lu. I am a member of the Wireless Networking Group (WiNG) at UCLA. I got my BS degree in Electronic Engineering from Shanghai Jiao Tong University (SJTU).

My research interests include networked system, network security, edge/cloud computing, and mobile networks. Here is my CV.

LTE/5G PlatformMobile VRWebVisualization

Publications & Projects

SEED: A SIM-Based Solution to 5G Failures

We devise a novel SIM-based solution to 5G failure diagnosis and handling. Our work "SEED: A SIM-Based Solution to 5G Failures" has been appeared in ACM SIGCOMM 2022. [PDF]


We uncover new vulnerabilities of the current SIM practice and propose a new solution that offers both authentication and fine-grained access control. Our work "SecureSIM: Rethinking Authentication and Access Control for SIM/eSIM" has been appeared in the 27th Annual International Conference On Mobile Computing And Networking  (MobiCom'21).  [PDF]


Flora (Flexible Mobile Network Platform) is a flexible software-defined 4G LTE/5G system without commodity SIM cards, communication chipsets, or dedicated infrastructure equipment.

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Mobile VR System with Cellular Latency Reduction

Device-Based LTE Latency Reduction at the Application Layer appeared in the 18th USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation  (NSDI '21).


It is a special scholar search engine which can show you the academic map, as well as the topics information.This search engine & recommendation system can help you to find the best paper you want.

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Network Knowledge Map

Through the Knowledge Map, you kan easily figure out the basic information of the network situation in your position. Knowing the network by collect statistics, cluster and change to heat mode. This Project is one part of the MobileInsight in WING Lab at UCLA.

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Color Cube

This graph can help you transform the RGB value to the color which you can see directly.The x,y,z axes represent the red, green and blue value of a certain color.

When you hover on a point , you can see the value of this point, x represents Red, y represents Green and z represents Blue.The background color is the color what this RGB value equals.You can also drag the graph to orbit it and observe it from different angles.