Ingab Kang


PhD student @University of Michigan

About Me

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.


  1. 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
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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), 2021
  5. Ingab Kang, Eojin Lee, and Jung Ho Ahn ”CAT-TWO: Counter-based Adaptive Tree, Time Window Optimized”, IEEE Access, 2020.
  6. 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.
  7. 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.