The Department of Computer Science is passionate about involving students at every level in its research. We are proud to say that we have many graduate students who do research with our faculty members. The department would be pleased to add additional papers and presentations to this list, regardless of the year. Please send us the citation for your paper/presentation using this link. It will then be added to this website.
Below are papers and presentations made by graduate students this past academic year.
Ayca Aygun, PhD student, presented "Cognitive Workload Assessment via Eye Gaze and EEG in an Interactive Multi-Modal Driving Task", co-authored by Boyang Lyu, Thuan Nyugen, Zachary Haga, Professor Shuchin Aeron, and Professor Matthias Scheutz at the ACM International Conference on Multimodal Interaction (ICMI Nov 2022).
Samantha Katcher, PhD candidate, presented “Vulnerability Discovery for All: Experiences of Marginalization in Vulnerability Discovery”, co-authored by Kelsey Fulton, Kevin Song, Marshini Chetty, Michelle L. Mazurek, Chloé Messdaghi, and Professor Daniel Votipka at the 2023 IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (SP, May 23). https://www.computer.org/csdl/proceedings-article/sp/2023/933600a289/1He7Y1eK0Kc
James Mattei, PhD Candidate, presented "A Qualitative Evaluation of Reverse Engineering Tool Usability", co-authored by Madeline McLaughlin, Samantha Katcher, and Professor Daniel Votipka at the Annual Computer Security Applications Conference (ACSAC Dec 2022). https://dl.acm.org/doi/abs/10.1145/3564625.3567993
Patrick Feeney, PhD student, published "NovelCraft: A Dataset for Novelty Detection and Discovery in Open Worlds", co-authored by Sarah Schneider, Panagiotis Lymperopoulos, Professor Liping Liu, Professor Matthias Scheutz, and Professor Michael C. Hughes in Transactions on Machine Learning Research, March 2023. https://openreview.net/pdf?id=4eL6z9ziw7