Dr. Kangkook Jee is Assistant Processor in the Computer Science department at the University of Texas at Dallas since 2019. Dr. Jee earned a doctorate in Computer Science from Columbia University under the supervision of Prof. Angelos D. Keromytis. Prior to the graduate study, he spent five years in the industry working as a system engineer at IBM Korea. Find more information about Dr. Jee from his full CV.
Before this, Dr. Jee has worked as a researcher for the security department of NEC Laboratories of America, where he worked on various security domains for the enterprise, IoT, connected automotive, and Industrial Control Systems (ICS). Although his research interest spans the general security problems that span across the system, network, and data domains, his current research has focused on data-driven security powered by the low-level system and hardware components. His research expertise includes enterprise networks, cyber-physical systems (CPS), and industrial control systems (ICS).
Research Keywords: Data-driven Security; Graph Analytics; Graph Neural Network (GNN), Behavioral Modeling; Systems Security; Operating Systems; Micro-controller Hardwares. Visit research page to find more about Dr. Jee’s work.
Prospective Students: If you are interested in joining our research group, please reach me by submitting the graduate research form. Undergraduate or master’s students can also take research credit courses to do research with me. Please contact me by filling in the student research form, if you are interested.
In his spare time, Dr. Jee does code, builds the model kits, plays various sports, takes photographs, and occasionally participates in CTF competitions. He also advises the Computer Security Group (CSG) at UT Dallas.