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Robert Brandon

“UMBC has a good reputation for work in my areas of interest. My research explores new methods for automating executable code analysis.”

 

 

Hometown: Glen Burnie, MD

Degree Program: Computer Science PhD

Faculty Advisors: Dr. Charles Nicholas

Thesis/research topic: Vector Space Representations of Executable Code

Undergraduate Study:
2006, BS Computer Science, UMUC

Previous Graduate Study:
2013, MS Computer Science, UMBC

Why did you decide to attend UMBC? And why did you choose your program in particular?
UMBC has a good reputation for work in my areas of interest.

Briefly describe your graduate research and its purpose/applications:
My research explores new methods for automating executable code analysis

What are your plans after you complete your degree at UMBC?
I plan to work in industry

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