Hi, I’m a PhD student at the University of Michigan, CSE advised by Professor Daniel Genkin.
Previously, I did my BS and MS at Seoul National University.
My research focus is on memory system and security. Recently, my research focus has been on the Rowhammer vulnerability.
- Ingab Kang, Walter Wang, Jason Kim, Stephan van Schaik, Youssef Tobah, Daniel Genkin, Andrew Kwong, and Yuval Yarom
”SledgeHammer: Amplifying Rowhammer via Bank-level Parallelism”, USENIX Security, 2024
- Youssef Tobah, Ingab Kang, Andrew Kwong, Daniel Genkin, and Kang G. Shin
”Go Go Gadget Hammer: Flipping Nested Pointers for Arbitrary Data Leakage”, USENIX Security, 2024
- Youssef Tobah, Andrew Kwong, Ingab Kang, Daniel Genkin, Kang G. Shin ”SpecHammer:
Combining Spectre and Rowhammer for new speculative attacks”, IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy
(IEEE S&P), 2022
- Sungbo Park, Ingab Kang, Yaebin Moon, Jung Ho Ahn, G. Edward Suh ”BCD Deduplication:
Effective Memory Compression Using Partial Cache-Line Deduplication”, International Conference on Architectural Support for Programming Languages and Operating Systems (ASPLOS),
- Ingab Kang, Eojin Lee, and Jung Ho Ahn ”CAT-TWO: Counter-based Adaptive Tree, Time
Window Optimized”, IEEE Access, 2020.
- Eojin Lee, Ingab Kang, Sukhan Lee, G. Edward Suh, and Jung Ho Ahn “TWiCe: Preventing
Row-hammering by Exploiting Time Window Counters”, International Symposium on Computer Architecture (ISCA), 2019.
- Kangjin Yoon, Taejun Park, Jihoon Kim, Weiping Sun, Sunwook Hwang, Ingab Kang, and
Sunghyun Choi ”COTA: Channel occupancy time adaptation for LTE in unlicensed spectrum”, International Symposium on Dynamic Spectrum Access Networks (DySPAN), 2017.