Hamlen, Kevin W.
Kevin Hamlen is a Eugene McDermott Professor of Computer Science and a Senior Technical Advisor of UT Dallas' Cyber Security Research and Education Institute. His research focus is language-based security with the following research topics:
- In-lined reference monitors
- Type-safe intermediate languages
- Abstract interpretation
- Proof-carrying code
- Certifying compilers
- Software cyber-deception
- Malware defense
- Cloud computing security
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CUDA au Coq: A Framework for Machine-Validating GPU Assembly Programs (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc., 2019-03-25)A prototype framework for formal, machine-checked validation of GPU pseudo-assembly code algorithms using the Coq proof assistant is presented and discussed. The framework is the first to afford GPU programmers a reliable ...
Visualvital: An Observation Model for Multiple Sections of Scenes A computational methodology for reorienting, repositioning, and merging camera positions within a region under surveillance is proposed, so as to optimally cover all features of interest without overburdening human or ...
Decentralized IoT Data Management Using BlockChain and Trusted Execution Environment Due to the centralization of authority in the management of data generated by IoT devices, there is a lack of transparency in how user data is being shared among third party entities. With the popularity of adoption of ...