The System Protection and Exploitation Research Group (SPERG)
is a multidisciplinary research group of faculty and students with computing, engineering, and security focus. We are looking for stand-out graduate and undergraduate students who want to pursue research in the areas of software protection and exploitation such as software obfuscation, malware analysis, and intrusion detection. In addition to research, members work on publications and finding funding opportunities for students.
Weekly Research Meetings:
Every Friday, 10:00 AM – 11:00 PM,
Shelby Hall, Room 2327

SoC was recently awarded a National Science Foundation grant to fund a Site as one of two sites that make up a broader Center for Advanced Forensic Science Research. Our Site has focus in Digital Forensic Research and brings together more than a dozen active researchers with a range of specialties. The intensified collaboration of an Industry-University Cooperative Research Center (I/UCRC) encourages both students and industrial partners to capitalize on faculty foundational knowledge and practical expertise to perform industrially relevant fundamental research. Broader center interaction exposes faculty, students and industrial partners to cross-cutting research issues along with presenting prospects for interdisciplinary and cross-university collaboration. The Digital Forensics Information Intelligence (DFII) Research Group consist of academic faculty from computing science and information technology, undergraduate and post graduate students, and industry professionals.

Meeting Time: 5:15 to 6:00 pm every Wednesday

Location: Shelby Hall: Room 2119

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