I graduated! I am becoming CTO for Notch, a software consulting firm based in Richmond, VA. Find us at: notch.io
On September 14, 2015, I successfully defended my thesis! Here are slides.
As a PhD student, I was involved in the AI, Systems & Networking, and Security groups. My advisors are Lawrence Saul, Geoff Voelker, and Stefan Savage. My research focused on machine learning and applications to security --- in particular, Web page clustering and classification.
In Summer Session II of 2014, I taught CSE 150.
In June 2014, I proposed my thesis and became a candidate (CPhil).
In March 2013, I received an MS in computer science.
In the summers of 2011 and 2012, I interned at Google at the San Francisco office. I worked in Internal Privacy under Ian Roxborough.
In May 2010 I graduated with a BS in computer science and mathematics from the University of Richmond, where I had the fine opportunity of working with Jim Davis and Barry Lawson, the former a top-drawer squash and bridge player, the latter a wizard on the mandolin. In Spring 2009 I studied abroad at Macquarie University and had the time of my life in Sydney, Australia (+ New Zealand + Fiji).
D. Kim, M. F. Der, L. K. Saul. A Gaussian Latent Variable Model for Large Margin Classification of Labeled and Unlabeled Data. AISTATS 2014, Reykjavik, Iceland.
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C. Bodea, C. Copos, M. Der, D. O'Neal, J. A. Davis. Shared Autocorrelation Property of Sequences. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory, Vol. 57, No. 6, 3805-3809, June 2011.
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