Iman Hosseini

  • Ph.D. Student


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I am a N-th year (started in 2019) PhD student of Computer Science at NYU School of Engineering. I am a member of Center for Cyber Security (CCS) and Offensive Security, Incident Response, and Internet Security (OSIRIS) Lab working under the supervision of Professor Nasir Memon and Professor Brendan Dolan-Gavitt

I won gold medal in the National (Iran) Physics Olympiad and I got a B.A. in Physics and a B.A. in Computer Engineering from Sharif University of Technology. I sometimes play CTFs, and I enjoy developing software in C/C++, C# [Java, is that you?], Python and on occasion I have dabbled in Javascript, Go or OCaml etc. And I know some x86 and ARM assembly, - 2d convolution in SIMD(AVX) -  (see Java Arm Accelerator) You can check out some of my work on GitHub
DSL Parser in Scala,
lexer in Go (inspired by Rob Pike's talk regarding Go and Jackson Structured Programming),
server and client to stream screen through a custom tcp protocol in C#, later morphed into a project at Vispiron Systems where I interned,
toy binary analysis tool,
CTF challenge I authored for CSAW'20 (reversing a CUDA kernel),
and other fun stuff.
I finished 3rd in a HPC Cloud Hackaton .
Finished 2nd at DEFCON 30 CTF Finals (member of Katzebin). 

Publication at NDSS 2022's BAR workshop: [Beyond the C: Retargetable Decompilation using Neural Machine Translation]
Summer 2022 and 2023: Internship at NVIDIA, in the HPC Compilers Team

Research Interests
Program Analysis, Reverse Engineering

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