Khoury College of Computer and Information Science
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I am a second year Computer Science PhD student advised by Prof. Alina Oprea
. My main research topic is adversarial machine learning.
Currently I am studying the effect of adversarial attacks against deep neural networks
in cyber security and self-driving cars domains. I am part of the Cybersecurity and Privacy Institute at Northeastern and
I am also a member of the Network and Distributed Systems Security Lab (NDS2
Before joining Northeastern I received my BS degree in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science from Belarusian State University (BSU), where
I was affiliated with Mathematical Modeling and Data Analysis Department. My research focus included design of hedging algorithms based on derivative contracts. Additionally, I was a part of Research Institute of Applied Mathematics and Information Technology Problems, where
I participated in project for credit rankings estimation and evaluation of national enterprises using mathematical, statistical, econometric methods and
Are Self-Driving Cars Secure? Evasion Attacks against Deep Neural Networks for Steering Angle Prediction
Alesia Chernikova, Alina Oprea, Cristina Nita-Rotaru and Baekgyu Kim
IEEE Workshop on the Internet of Safe Things 2019(to appear)
Hedging algorithms based on interest-rate swaps.
In the 70th undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate students scientific
conference of Belarusian State University (vol. 1, pp. 242 – 245)