ISR Distinguished Speaker

Xiangyu Zhang

“Causality Inference during Program Execution for Attack Provenance Tracking”
Friday, March 2, 2018 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm

This talk serves as a Computer Science Department and Informatics Department Seminar talk.

Faculty Host: 
Donald Bren Hall (building #314), room 6011

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About the Speaker: 

Xiangyu Zhang is a Professor and University Scholar at Purdue University. He works on dynamic and static program analysis and their applications in security, debugging, testing, and data processing. He has received the 2006 ACM SIGPLAN Distinguished Doctoral Dissertation Award, NSF Career Award, ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Awards, Best Student Paper Award on USENIX Security'14, Best Paper Award on CCS'15 and Distinguished Paper Awards on NDSS'16 and USENIX SECURITY'17. He has also co-supervised a dissertation that won the ACM SIGSAC Doctoral Dissertation Award in 2017.