Gedare Bloom <ged..firstname.lastname@example.org>
Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
Ph.D., Computer Science, The George Washington University, 2013
M.S., Computer Science, The George Washington University, 2012
B.S., Computer Science and Mathematics, Michigan Technological University, 2005
I investigate security problems in embedded systems
and apply solutions that work across the hardware-software interface.
See more on my publications page
or my CV (PDF)
- J. Song, G. Bloom, and G. Parmer.
SuperGlue: IDL-Based, System-Level
Fault Tolerance for Embedded Systems,
Proceedings of the 46th IEEE/IFIP International
Conference on Dependable Systems and Networks,
DSN '16 (22% acceptance)
- G. Bloom and R. Simha.
Hardware-Enhanced Distributed Access Enforcement for
Role-Based Access Control,
Proceedings of the 19th ACM Symposium on Access Control Models
and Technologies, SACMAT '14 (29% acceptance)
- G. Bloom, G. Parmer, B. Narahari, and R. Simha.
Shared Hardware Data Structures for Hard Real-Time Systems,
12th International Conference on Embedded Software, EMSOFT '12 (24% acceptance),
October 2012. [PDF]
I develop and teach practical, hands-on courses in systems
areas including architecture, operating systems,
real-time embedded systems, and security.