Jin-Dong (Mark) Dong

I am a PhD student working with Prof. Nicolas Christin in CyLab, Carnegie Mellon University’s Security and Privacy Institute. My research focuses on security and privacy analytics. In particular, I am interested in measuring user behavior in an adversarial setting and addressing the current challenges by leveraging my experience in Machine Learning. Examples include classifying whether a user would be exposed to malicious content by analyzing their browsing behavior and identifying professional cryptocurrency traders from amateurs with on-chain activities.

Before joining CMU, I received my bachelor’s degree in Computer Science at National Tsing-Hua University. I did research on Neural Architecture Search (NAS) with Prof. Min Sun where we proposed a framework to automatically generate deep model architectures based on user demands (model size, inference speed, etc).

My name in traditional Chinese (zh-TW) is 董晉東