About Me

I am a first-year graduate student working towards my Master’s in Computer Science (with thesis) at NYU’s Tandon School of Engineering. My current research focuses on exploring the feasibility and efficiency of taint-driven embedded software fuzzing. I am advised by Brendan Dolan-Gavitt. I’m also currently working for Sandia National Laboratories, and am a Critical Skills Master’s Program fellow.

Publications

  1. CommPact: Evaluating the Feasibility of Autonomous Vehicle Contracts
    J. Erickson, S. Chen, M. Savich, S. Hu and Z. M. Mao
    IEEE Vehicular Networking Conference (VNC), December 2018

Workshops

  1. CommPact: Exploring the Feasibility of Autonomous Vehicle Contracts
    J. Erickson, M. Savich, S. Chen, M. Pese, S. Hu and Z. M. Mao
    escar USA, June 2018

Teaching Experience

Semester School Course
WN ‘18 University of Michigan EECS 388 - Introduction to Computer Security
FA ‘17 University of Michigan EECS 388 - Introduction to Computer Security
WN ‘17 University of Michigan EECS 280 - Programming and Introductory Data Structures
FA ‘16 University of Michigan EECS 280 - Programming and Introductory Data Structures

Design by Ankit Sultana