Suphannee Sivakorn

about
I am currently a Ph.D. student in Computer Science at The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science, Columbia University. I am a member of Network Security Lab (NSL). My advisor is Prof. Angelos Keromytis

I was born in Thailand and won the Royal Thai Government Master's - Ph.D. Scholarship to pursue my education in the United States. I graduated from New York University in 2013 with a Master's in Computer Science.

I earned my B.Eng. in Computer Engineering from Computer Engineering Department, Mahidol University Thailand.

research interests

Interests


Security & Privacy, Network Security, Social Network Security, and Web Security

Publications


curriculum vitae

Education


  • Columbia University, September 2013 - Current
  • PhD Computer Science
  • New York University, September 2011 - May 2013
  • MS Computer Science
  • Mahidol University, June 2006 - April 2010
  • B Eng Computer Engineering (Honors)

Grants, Awards, and Scholarships


  • Facebook Bug Bounty, 2014
  • Evaluate the privacy guarantees of location based services in Social Network, Nearby Friends
    facebook.com/whitehat/thanks
  • New York University Travel Grants, Oct 2012
  • 12th Annual Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing
    cs.nyu.edu/webapps/content/research/student_recognition
  • Royal Thai Government Scholarship, 2011 - current
  • Full Master's - Ph.D. Scholarship in Computer Science and Engineering
  • Mahidol University Conference Funding / Paper Presentation, Nov 2010
  • 14th National Computer Science and Engineering Conference 2010
  • Third Place Winner in Thailand Network Security Contest, 2009
  • Valedictorian in Computer Engineering, Mahidol University, 2008 - 2010
  • Annual Scholarship
  • Student Exchange between Japan and Thailand, Oct 2004
  • Fukuoka, Japan

Teaching Experience


  • Teaching Assistant - COMS W4187 Security Architecture and Engineering, Fall 2015
    Steven M. Bellovin, Columbia University
    Graduate-level course, 80 students
  • Teaching Assistant - Introduction to Programming in C, Summer 2015
    Angelika Zavou, Columbia University
    Session I: Grade 11, 12 or Freshman year, 20 students
    Session II: Grade 10 and 11, 16 students
  • Teaching Assistant - Introduction to Programming in C, Summer 2014
    Theofilos Petsios, Columbia University
    Grade 11, 12 or Freshman year, 16 students
  • Teaching Assistant - COMS E6185 Intrusion Detection Systems, Spring 2014
    Prof. Shlomo Hershkop, Columbia University
    Graduate-level course, 30 students

Skills & Expertise


Languages:

C
C++
Python
Shell Script
Java
SQL
PHP
JavaScript
HTML
CSS

Tools:

vi / vim
Eclipse
Android Studio
Dev-C++
Processing
Chrome Developer Tools
Subversion
git
mitmproxy
Selenium WebDriver

Professional Activities


Coursework


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Graduate Courses (Columbia University) 2013 - Current

Graduate Courses (New York University) 2011 - 2013

Programming and Software Engineering
  • Programming Languages
  • Production Quality Software
  • Open Source Tools
Databases
  • Database Systems
  • Advanced Database Systems
Computation for Science and Society
  • Computer Graphics, showcase
  • Applications Server
  • Cloud Computing
  • Data Communication and Networks
Systems
  • Operating Systems
Computer Theory
  • Fundamental Algorithms

Undergraduate Courses (Mahidol University) 2006 - 10

Programming and Software Engineering
  • Computer Programming
  • Programming Techniques
  • System Programming
  • Programming Paradigms
  • Software Engineering
  • Advanced Topics in Software Engineering
Computer and Network Security
  • Introduction to Cryptography
  • Computer Security
Databases
  • Database Systems
  • Data Mining
Computation for Science and Society
  • Computer Applications
  • Data Communication and Computer Networks
  • Information Technology in Daily Life
  • Image Processing
  • Computer Engineering Project
Systems
  • Operating Systems
Computer Engineering
  • Computer Architecture
  • Introduction to IC Design
  • Embedded Systems
  • Signals and Systems
  • Digital Circuit Design
  • Electric Circuit Analysis
  • Engineering Electronics
Computer Theory
  • Data structures and Algorithms
  • Numerical Methods and Applications
  • Discrete Mathematics