Seulbae Kim (김슬배)

[me] 2nd Year Ph.D.
Advisor: Prof. Taesoo Kim
School of Computer Science, College of Computing
Georgia Institute of Technology

Research Interests

Systems security, automated vulnerability detection, file systems.

Publications

  1. Finding Semantic Bugs in File Systems with an Extensible Fuzzing Framework
    Seulbae Kim, Meng Xu, Sanidhya Kashyap, Jungyeon Yoon, Wen Xu, and Taesoo Kim
    The 27th ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles (SOSP 2019)
    Ontario, Canada, October 2019
    [Paper] [Code] [Slides] [Presentation] [Bug reports]
    GT News
  2. Software systems at risk: An empirical study of cloned vulnerabilities in practice
    Seulbae Kim, and Heejo Lee
    Computers & Security Vol. 77
    August 2018
    [Paper]
  3. VUDDY: A Scalable Approach for Vulnerable Code Clone Discovery
    Seulbae Kim, Seunghoon Woo, Heejo Lee, and Hakjoo Oh
    38th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (S&P 2017)
    San Jose, CA, May 2017
    [Paper] [Code] [Slides] [Presentation]
  4. SIGMATA: Storage Integrity Guaranteeing Mechanism against Tampering Attempts for Video Event Data Recorders
    Hyuckmin Kwon, Seulbae Kim, and Heejo Lee
    7th International Multi-conference on Complexity, Informatics, and Cybernatics (IMCIC 2016)
    Orlando, FL, March 2016.
    [Paper] [Slides]
    Won the session's best paper award

Education

  1. Georgia Institute of Technology Aug 2018 - Present
    Ph.D. in Computer Science, College of Computing
  2. Korea University Mar 2016 - Aug 2018
    M.S. in Computer Science and Engineering
    Thesis: Scalable Approach for Code Clone Detection and its Application in Practice
    Advisor: Dr. Heejo Lee
  3. Korea University Mar 2010 - Feb 2016
    B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering
  4. Goyang Foreign Language High School Mar 2007 - Feb 2010
    Major: English

Talks and Presentations

  1. Finding Semantic Bugs in File Systems with an Extensible Fuzzing Framework Oct 2019
    Paper and poster presentation at the 27th ACM Symposium on Operating Systems Principles (SOSP 2019)
  2. Automated Vulnerable Code Clone Detection in Open Source, and its Best Practice Nov 2017
    Invited talk at Viterbi School of Engineering, University of Southern California
  3. Case Study and Exercise on Software Vulnerability Analysis Sep 2017
    Lecture and training session at the 3rd Korea Institute of Information Security and Cryptography (KIISC) Short-term Seminar
  4. VUDDY: A Scalable Approach for Vulnerable Code Clone Discovery May 2017
    Paper presentation at the 38th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy
  5. IoTcube: An Automated Analysis Platform for Finding Security Vulnerabilities May 2017
    Poster presentation at the 38th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy
  6. SIGMATA: Storage Integrity Guaranteeing Mechanism against Tampering Attempts for Video Event Data Recorders March 2016
    Paper presentation at the 7th Multi-Conference on Complexity, Informatics and Cybernatics
Updated: Thu Feb 13, 2020