Frank Li

Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Class of 2013

frankli at mit.edu





Hello World! I am a junior senior (*gulp*) graduate from MIT with a degree in Course 6-3 (aka Computer Science). My interests are in developing secure computer systems, particularly in the domains of web and network security. I am currently a Ph.D student in the UC Berkeley Computer Security research group, and my new site is here!

Publications

Activities

I have enjoyed teaching during my undergraduate time at MIT. I've lectured 6.s096: Introduction to C and C++ during both the 2012 and 2013 January-term (called IAP). I was also a teaching assistant for 6.033 Computer Systems Engineering for Spring 2013.

In the past, I have been a volunteer tutor for MIT HKN, the EECS Honor Society, of which I am a member of. I am also a member of MIT Tau Beta Pi.

I co-chaired MIT's first EECS undergraduate conference, EECScon 2013.

About Me

I am originally from the great state of Minnesota, where I attended Mounds View High School. I am a big fan of the Minnesota Vikings and Timberwolves. I also like the Boston Celtics, via Kevin Garnett and my time in Boston. In my free time, I like to play basketball.