Gwangmu Lee is a post-doc researcher at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). He is currently interested in various computer security issues, especially in fuzz testing. Lee has previously studied compiler techniques such as offloading and computer architecture issues like neuromorphic computing. Visit HexHive, his research group led by Prof. Mathias Payer, for more ongoing security-related research topics.
|Apr 1, 2022||I moved to HexHive at EPFL as a post-doc researcher.|
|Nov 20, 2021||“MundoFuzz: Hypervisor Fuzzing with Statistical Testing and Grammar Inference” has been accepted to USENIX Security 2022. Congratulations CW!|
|Feb 3, 2021||“Constraint-guided Directed Greybox Fuzzing” has been accepted to USENIX Security 2021.|
FirstArchitecture-Aware Automatic Computation Offload for Native ApplicationsIn Proceedings of the 48th International Symposium on Microarchitecture (MICRO) 2015
Co-firstFlexon: A Flexible Digital Neuron for Efficient Spiking Neural Network SimulationsIn Proceedings of the 45th Annual International Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA) 2018
FirstConstraint-guided Directed Greybox FuzzingIn Proceedings of the 2021 USENIX Security Symposium 2021