Adam Doupé is a PhD candidate at the University of California, Santa Barbara, and Adam is expected to graduate in 2014. Adam is a member of the Computer Security Group at UC Santa Barbara, where he is coadvised on his PhD by Giovanni Vigna and Christopher Kruegel.
Adam’s research involves developing tools to automatically discover security-critical bugs in web applications: either by examining the source code of the application or interacting with the web application to infer the existence of a bug. He also has a passion for scientific writing excellence.
Please see Adam’s publication list or check out his open source code, which is mostly derived from his research. Don’t hesitate to contact him on email at email@example.com or on Twitter @adamdoupe.