I’m a second year PhD Candidate in the Computer Science Department at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. I work at the intersection of usable security, system security, and machine learning.
I am advised by Professor Gang Wang.
My CV is available here.
[Mar 23, 2021] I’m honored to have been awarded the NSF GRFP! A lot of work and a lot of friends and colleagues helped make this dream possible.
[Mar 9, 2021] Excited to announce that I’ll be performing research with Yasemin Acar and her wonderful colleagues at the Max Planck Institute for Security and Privacy this summer!
[Aug 18, 2020] In collaboration with STS Lab, our paper “On the Forensic Validity of Approximated Audit Logs” has been accepted to ACSAC 2020! Be sure to see my talk there.
- On the Forensic Validity of Approximated Audit Logs
Noor Michael, Jaron Mink, Jason Liu, Sneha Gaur, Wajih Ul Hassan, and Adam Bates
Proceedings of the 36th Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC 2020)
- NSF Graduate Research Fellowship (NSF GRFP)
- Magna Cum Laude, UCLA
- Spring 2021: Computer Security II, UIUC - Teaching Assistant
- Fall 2018: Intro To Computer Architecture, UCLA - Learning Assistant
Secure and Transparent Systems Lab: Led by Professor Adam Bates
GWU Usable Security and Privacy Lab: Led by Professor Adam J. Aviv
Social Computing Systems Lab: Co-directed by Professor Yang Wang