Carter Yagemann

Carter Yagemann

Ph.D. Student

Georgia Institute of Technology


I am a Ph.D. student in the Institute for Information Security and Privacy at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where I am advised by Prof. Wenke Lee and Prof. Brendan Saltaformaggio. My research interests include computer systems security with focuses on binary analysis, vulnerability discovery and prevention, machine learning, and mobile operating systems security.

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  • (2018) Georgia Tech Demo Day CREATE-X Startup Prize
  • (2017) RSAC Security Scholar
  • (2016) Georgia Tech Presidential Fellowship
  • (2016) Syracuse University Graduate School Master of Science Prize
  • (2015) Black Hat Student Scholarship
  • (2015) Collegiate Pentesting Competition (CPTC) - 3rd Place
  • (2015) Northeast Collegiate Cyber Defense Challenge (NECCDC) - 4th Place
  • (2014) Suran Research Scholarship
  • (2013) JPMorgan Chase Code for Good Challenge - 1st Place