You've arrived at the academic home-page of Adam Doupé, a PhD candidate at the University of California, Santa Barbara. I will graduate June 2014, and, starting August 2014, I will join the faculty of Arizona State University as an Assistant Professor in the Computer Science program.

Currently, I am a member of the Computer Security Group, and Giovanni Vigna and Christopher Kruegel are my advisors.

I am also a member of the Shellphish CTF/hacking team. I've also been heavily involved with administrating and running the iCTF hacking competitions from 2010–2013.

See my publication list or check out my open source code, mostly derived from my research.

My research involves automatically discovering security-critical bugs in web applications. We do this in one of two ways: either examining the source code of the application or interacting with the web application to infer the existence of a bug. I am also interested in science writing excellence.