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I am currently a visiting scholar at Stevens Institute of Technology hosted by Prof. Jun Xu working in topics within disassembly. I am also actively collaborating with the DEDIS Lab at EPFL and the Penn State Cyber Security Lab. I have worked in a variety of topics within security: vulnerability reproduction, deep learning for binary analyses, anonymous communications, moving target defenses, usable security and user studies, and computer security from legal and organizational perspectives.
I obtained my Bachelor of Science from The Pennsylvania State University as a Schreyer Scholar and a member of The Presidential Leadership Academy. I completed my honors thesis under the supervision of Dr. Peng Liu and Dr. Dinghao Wu. In 2017, I was a Research Assistant in the DEDIS Lab at EPFL, under the supervision of Dr. Bryan Ford. I also interned at Microsoft’s CDP Team and PwC’s Advisory branch in 2016 and 2015, respectively.
I am a recipient of the (ISC)² Information Security Scholarship (2016), the Black Hat Student Scholarship (2018), and the IEEE S&P Distinguished Paper Award (2018).
|Sep 1, 2018||I joined Stevens Institute of Technology as a visiting scholar.|
|Jul 29, 2018||I’m currently applying to Ph.D. programs in computer science for fall of 2019.|
|Jul 10, 2018||I will be attending this year’s Black Hat briefings through their scholarship program.|
|Jun 13, 2018||Our paper on the reproducibility of crowd-reported vulnerabilities got accepted to this year’s USENIX Security.|
|May 24, 2018||Our paper on the digital immunity of humanitarian workers won the Distinguished Paper Award at this year’s IEEE S&P!|