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