Fanglu Guo is a Researcher at Symantec Research Labs. He received his B.E. in EE from Xi’an Jiao tong University, M.E. in EE from Chinese Academy of Science, and Ph.D. in CS from Stony Brook University in 1996, 1999, and 2006, respectively.
Between 1999 and 2001, Dr. Guo was a senior software engineer in Huawei Technologies working on Internet Quality of Service (QoS) and routing management and received one patent. Fanglu Guo started his Ph.D. study in the US in 2001 and published tens of papers in refereed conferences and journals. He received a Best Paper Award from 2005 Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC). In 2006, Dr. Guo joined SRL and works in the areas of computer networks, computer security, and storage. Specifically, he developed the industry-first packer-independent unpacking technology called Justin, and a disk geometry-aware file system traversal technology that improves the file system traversal throughput by a factor of 5 to 10. Since joining SRL, he has authored three research papers and filed five patent applications.