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Name: Jacob Torrey
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Name: Jacob Torrey CS 2010 (MS expected in 2012)
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Position: Alumni / Graduate Student
   
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===Current Research===
Year: UnderGradUaTe StudEnt in the CompuTer Science DepartMent
 
   
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*My thesis research is using ML techniques for anomaly detection to examine user input and detect malicious inputs to programs.
One of the "New Men" of COSI, going on his third year in the 'tute. Specializing in * and all things *Nix, his skills with * are almost unmatched in COSI, along with his ego in regard to *.
 
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*At work I research low-level architectural questions and systems for establishing trust and attesting that trust to remote parties.
   
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===Some of my projects include[d]:===
Currently maintaining a moderately impressive GPA, and is on a co-op breaking $h*7
 
   
===Some of my projects include:===
 
 
*[http://www.jitunleashed.com/bf/ BrainFuck++]: A superset of BrainFuck which adds on file IO and networking.
 
*[http://www.wikiwideweb.net Wiki Wide Web]: A firefox extension that allows users to edit any website.
 
*MC DHT: A web based regenerative distributed hash table.
 
*[[comm]]: The COSI communications server, hosting IRC and Jabber daemons.
 
*[[tremulous]]: The COSI [http://www.tremulous.net Tremulous] server.
 
*[[auth]]: The COSI LDAP authentication server.
 
 
*[[Open Server Platform]]: A shared library and runtime environment for creating stable server daemons.
 
*[[Open Server Platform]]: A shared library and runtime environment for creating stable server daemons.
   
 
===Some of my skills:===
 
===Some of my skills:===
   
C, C++, (X)HTML, XML, XSLT, XUL, Javascript, PHP, SQL, Perl, MATLAB, Objective-C, Scheme, Prolog, Erlang and Java.
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ASM, C, C++, (X)HTML, PHP, SQL, Perl, Erlang
   
 
===See also:===
 
===See also:===

Latest revision as of 08:46, 23 January 2012

Name: Jacob Torrey CS 2010 (MS expected in 2012) Position: Alumni / Graduate Student

Current Research

  • My thesis research is using ML techniques for anomaly detection to examine user input and detect malicious inputs to programs.
  • At work I research low-level architectural questions and systems for establishing trust and attesting that trust to remote parties.

Some of my projects include[d]:

Some of my skills:

ASM, C, C++, (X)HTML, PHP, SQL, Perl, Erlang

See also: