I earned my PhD of computer science from Purdue University.
I am a recipient of the NSF CAREER Award and the AFOSR YIP Award. In addition to AFOSR and NSF, my research has also been supported in part by DARPA, NSA, ONR, Raytheon, and VMware
The best way to reach me is through my email:
My office: DL 787
Phone: (614) 292-0055
Fax: (614) 292-2911
787 Dreese Laboratories
2015 Neil Avenue
Columbus, OH 43210-1277
Software Security (binary code analysis and its applications to vulnerability discovery, malicious code analysis, software hardening, and binary code reuses).
Mobile Security (security of mobile systems including the security of both mobile apps and cloud servers)
Systems Security (protecting OS kernel and hypervisor's control and data integrity, leveraging trusted hardware such as Intel SGX for secret protection)
Cloud Computing (virtual machine introspection, automated cloud VM management)
Digital Forensics (memory and disk forensics using program analysis and virtual machine introspection)
Groups: The SecLab
With Dr. Yinqian Zhang, we have established the Computer Security Laboratory (SecLab), and now we are both co-directing the lab. We are broadly interested in most of the systems security problems including but not limited to virtualization security, binary analysis, web and cloud security, mobile security, and IoT security.
We are (always) looking for self-motivated students with solid systems (e.g., OS, virtualization, compiler, machine code) and networking as well as security background. Interested students who wish to purse a PhD under our direction please drop us an email.
We also have openings for Post Doctoral Researchers, please contact us for further details.