Hi, I'm Jordan DeLoach

A Boston-based Microsoft Engineer and K-State Grad


During three of my years at Kansas State, I was heavily involved in undergraduate research. During that time, I explored a wide variety of approaches for applying machine learning to Android security.

In the past, we have explored best practices in an ACSAC 2015 paper, we had a paper in a workshop at IEEE Big Data 2016 and a poster in AAAI 2017 about semi-supervised approaches to security. Most recently, we have submitted a paper focusing on applying Twitter as an added dimension for Android malware detection.

I had the opportunity to work in the Machine Learning and Data Science Laboratory at Kansas State University and was advised by Dr. Doina Caragea, and formerly advised by Dr. Simon Ou.

Work & Involvement

I like to keep busy. Here are a few of the things I've been working on recently.

Kansas State University

I just graduated Kansas State University this past May where I majored in computer science with minors in mathematics and business.


Interned during the summers of 2015 and 2016, I worked in Microsoft's fastest growing product division, Office 365.

Twitistics LLC

I founded a startup that did social media analytics that won various awards including first place at both K-State's startup competition, and the state wide competition, winning a combined $13,500.

Student Government

I recently finished up my term as Chief of Staff of K-State SGA, where I get to work alongside the Student Body President and Vice President to execute on initiatives and act as representatives of the student body.


Currently reading How Google Works by Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg. Next up is Zero to One, by Peter Thiel. I recently finished Lean In, by Sheryl Sandberg and highly recommend it anyone planning on being a member of the 21st century workforce.


Recently I have been into San Cisco's recently released album, The Water. San Cisco has always been a favorite and I look forward to getting into this lil' album. Outside of that, the Dear Evan Hansen Broadway soundtrack is pretty nifty and would recommend it as well.

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