Yeongjin Jang is an Assistant Professor
in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS)
at Oregon State University.
His research focus lies in computer systems security in general
and especially in identifying and analyzing emerging attacks to
computer systems to build countermeasures to keep systems secure.
The following keywords describe my research interests:
trustworthy computing, vulnerability discovery and analysis,
developing exploit primitives, jailbreaking, side-channel attack,
penetration test, and malware.
In addition to the academic works,
he has been enjoying capture-the-flag (CTF) contests.
He received the Black Badge
from DEF CON, as the winner (team DEFKOR) of DEF CON 23 CTF (2015).
Prior to joining to Oregon State University,
he received his Ph.D. and master's degree in Computer Science from Georgia Tech
in 2017 and 2016, respectively,
and he earned his bachelor's degree in Computer Science from KAIST (2010).
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