Thuan Pham is a Lecturer in Cyber Security at the University of Melbourne (UoM), Australia. He has been working on scalable and high-performance fuzz testing to improve the reliabity of software systems.
Before joining UoM, he worked at Monash University and National University of Singapore (NUS) as a postdoctoral Research Fellow. He received his Ph.D. degree in Computer Science from NUS in July 2017 under the supervision of Provost's Chair Professor Abhik Roychoudhury. His research, in collaboration with companies and government agencies, has led to many papers published at premier journals and conferences (e.g., TSE, ICSE, CCS) and one U.S. patent. He has developed several open-source automated security testing tools (e.g., AFLGo, AFLSmart, AFLNet) that are responsible for 100+ (critical) vulnerabilities discovered in large real-world software systems. His research has been featured on media channels like Theregister.co.uk and Securityweek.com.
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