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Suphannee Sivakorn

PhD student in Computer Science, Columbia University
suphanneenull (at) csnull.columbia.comedu,


  • Columbia University, September 2013 - April 2018
    Ph.D. in Computer Science
    M.Phil. in Computer Science, October 2016
    Advisors: Prof. Angelos D. Keromytis and Prof. Steven M. Bellovin
  • New York University, September 2011 - May 2013
    M.S. in Computer Science
  • Mahidol University, June 2006 - April 2010
    B.Eng. in Computer Engineering (Honors)

Research Interests

Security & privacy in the aspects of web and social network, network security, and usable security. Using machine learning in solving computer security problems e.g., intrusion detection, malware detection and classification, and network analysis. Finding security vulnerabilities.


Grants, Awards and Scholarships

  • BlackHat Speaker Honorarium, August 2016
    BlackHat USA 2016, Las Vagas
  • BlackHat Speaker Honorarium, April 2016
    BlackHat Asia 2016, Singapore
  • ACM CCS Student Travel Grant, October 2015
    22nd ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS)
  • New York University Travel Grants, October 2012
    12th Annual Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing
  • Royal Thai Government Scholarship, 2011 - 2017
    Computer Science/Engineering MS - PhD fellowship
  • Mahidol University Conference Funding and Paper Presentation, November 2010
    14th National Computer Science and Engineering Conference 2010
  • Third Place Winner in Thailand Network Security Contest, 2009
    Bangkok, Thailand
  • Valedictorian in Computer Engineering, Mahidol University, 2008 - 2010
    Annual Scholarship
  • Student Exchange between Japan and Thailand, October 2004
    Fukuoka, Japan

Bug and Vulnerability Disclosures


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