Hi! I'm André, a Ph.D. student in the Secure Systems and Software Lab at the University of California, Irvine. My research interests broadly span operating systems, systems security, and compilers. I am currently working on a novel multi-variant execution environment that incorporates attacker deception techniques.
On this website, you can find a selection of projects I have worked on, as well as some technical notes that might be useful to others.
“Honey-Mon” adaptive defense
My current research project into incorporating attacker deception techniques in a distributed MVEE. Not yet published.
Bachelor Thesis completed at ETH Zürich using Nvidia CUDA
Visualizing different ways of storing and accessing 2D matrices in memory for better data locality.
A lightweight idiomatic wrapper around Linux ptrace
Includes DLX backend, register allocator, and AST/IR graphs
Websites I have created for clients between 2015 and 2017
High School Project in Python with NumPy, SDL, Cairo