We have opened a postdoctoral researcher position in binary program analysis, see this link for more information.
I am a reseach computer scientist at the Information Sciences Institute (ISI) of University of Southern California, in Marina Del Rey, Los Angeles area). My research interests involve multiple aspects of computer security, including binary program analysis, vulnerability discovery, malware analysis, reverse engineering, privacy and confidentiality, and intrusion detection.
Previously, I was a postdoc in the Seclab at UC Santa Barbara, where, along with other researchers, we have developed and opensourced ANGR, a next-generation platform for binary analysis, which we since use to experiment with new approaches and techniques in order to detect and prevent vulnerabilities in binary software.
In 2013, I received a Ph.D. in computer science from CentraleSupélec, and Queensland University of Technology (QUT) as part of a joint Ph.D. program, during which I have been working on a kernel-level anomaly detection model for distributed systems.
See my Google Scholar page.
I am looking for students interested in binary program analysis and reverse engineering, from undergraduate to PhD levels. If you have interest and skills in these topics, contact me by email at hauser at isi dot edu.