Suphannee Sivakorn

PhD student in Computer Science, Columbia University
suphanneenull (at) csnull.columbia.comedu
github.com/ssivakorn, twitter.com/ssivakorn

Education

  • Columbia University, September 2013 - Current
    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

Security & privacy in the aspects of web application and social network, network security, and usable security

Publications

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)
    sigsac.org/ccs/CCS2015/grant.html
  • New York University Travel Grants, October 2012
    12th Annual Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing
    cs.nyu.edu/webapps/content/research/student_recognition
  • 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

  • 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