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You are a ghost driving a meat covered skeleton made from stardust riding a rock floating through space. Fear nothing.
~ anonymous
## Home Hi! I am Sailik. I joined Arizona State University as a PhD student under [Dr. Subbarao Kambhampati]( in Fall, 2015. My research interests lie in the field of Moving Target Defense (MTD), Multi-Agent Systems (MAS) and Secure Artificial Intelligence (SAI). After being born in Bengal, I imbibed the love to learn, think, code, eat, read, listen to good music and photograph. I have a backbone, I like to disagree and conceptually understand an argument before accepting it. Being vocally self-critical about my present and past mistakes helps me change into a better person for the future. In case you are interested to know what our lab is upto, do check the Yochan lab [homepage]( Feel free to [reach out to me](#contact) for any queries (or say a 'hi'). You can download a copy of my CV [here](files/CV_sailiks.pdf). Lastly, since I get this a lot, the pronunciation of my name Sailik is `Sho-e-lik`. Its means the aesthetic quality of any work. ## Education - Joined PhD at **Arizona State University** (Fall 2015) - B.E. in Computer Science and Engineering from **Jadavpur University**, Calcutta (2009-13) - Alumnus of **St. Xavier's Collegiate School**, Calcutta (2009) ## Research ### 2017 **MTDeep - Boosting the Security of Deep Neural Nets Against Adversarial Attacks with Moving Target Defense** *Sailik Sengupta, Tathagata Chakraborti, Subbarao Kambhampati* \[[pdf](\] <!-- \[[AAMAS-DC, 2017](./files/AAMAS_DC.pdf)\] --> **RADAR - A Proactive Decision Support System for Human-in-the-Loop Planning** *Sailik Sengupta, Tathagata Chakraborti, Sarath Sreedharan, Satya Gautam Vadlamudi, Subbarao Kambhampati* AAAI Fall Symposium on Human-Agent Groups, 2017 (Also presented at UISP Workshop @ ICAPS, 2017) \[[pdf](files/aaai-fss-radar.pdf)\] \[[slides](\] \[[demo](\] **A Game Theoretic Approach to Strategy Generation for Moving Target Defense in Web Applications** *Sailik Sengupta, Satya Gautam Vadlamudi, Subbarao Kambhampati, Adam Doup&eacute;, Ziming Zhao, Marthony Taguinod, Gail-Joon Ahn* AAMAS, 2017 (Also presented at ADVERSE workshop @ AAMAS, 2017) \[[pdf](\] \[[slides](\] \[[video](\] -------------- ### 2016 **Compliant Conditions for Polynomial Time Approximation of Operator Counts** *Tathagata Chakraborti, Sarath Sreedharan, Sailik Sengupta, T. K. Satish Kumar and Subbarao Kambhampati* SoCS, 2016 \[[pdf](\] \[[code](\] **Moving Target Defense For Web Applications Using Bayesian Stackelberg Games** *Satya Gautam Vadlamudi, Sailik Sengupta, Subbarao Kambhampati, Marthony Taguinod, Ziming Zhao, Adam Doup&eacute;, Gail-Joon Ahn* AAMAS, 2016 \[[pdf](\] \[[code](\] -------------- ### 2013 **Application of worker-manager model to genomic networks for identifying key regulators in Glioblastoma** worked under *Debarka Sengupta* and *Sangamitra Bandhopadhyay* --------------- ### 2010 **An improved fuzzy clustering method using modified Fukuyama-Sugeno cluster validity index** *Sailik Sengupta, Soham De, Amit Konar, R. Janarthanan* ReTIS, 2010 \[[pdf](\] ## Experience ### Software Development Engineer at Amazon (2013-2015) I worked as a software developer for the External Payments team at Amazon. I contributed to the launch of APA in US, Europe and Japan. I try to meet high industrial coding standards (robust, readable, error-free, simple and secure) in backend, frontend and scripting languages. Having successfully qualified as a security certifier at Amazon, I hold the highest standards in regards to software security. (Having experimented with JUnit, karma-js and other frameworks, I also am a little ahead on the learning curve as far as software testing is concerned.) ## Teaching - Instructor, CSE 486 - Capstone, ASU (Fall, 2015) - Teaching Assistant, CSE 471 - Introduction to Artificial Intelligence, ASU (Fall, 2016) ## Stuff And sometimes, life happens. - \[CSE575\] Can AI accurately predict missing objects in a picture? ([slides](files/Predicting_Missing_Objects_in_Images.pdf), [report](files/identifying-occluded-objects.pdf)) - \[CSE591\] Wouldn't it be cool if robots sat in meetings, recognized teammates, and generated transcrips of the meeting highlighting who spoke what? ([video](, code \[[1](, [2](\]). - I was a part of the [Review Process Committee]( for IJCAI-16. (Essentially I was busy scripting and trying to automate stuff.) - 'Useful links' [webpage]( - Real fast [Gurobi]( installer [script]( - [Website developer]( for the IJCAI-16 [website]( - Effective time management technique [pomodoro]( ## Contact <center> sailik {dot} sengupta {at} asu {dot} edu </center> <center> [Curriculum Vitae](files/CV_sailiks.pdf) </center> <br> <center> [<a class="icon-graduation-cap body-icon" title="Google Scholar" alt="Google Scholar" href=""></a>]() [<a class="icon-github-square body-icon" title="Github" alt="Github" href=""></a>]() [<a class="icon-linkedin-alt body-icon" title="Linkedin" alt="Linkedin" href=""></a>]() [<a class="icon-quora body-icon" title="Quora" alt="Quora" href=""></a>]() [<a class="icon-instagram body-icon" title="Instagram" alt="Instagram" href=""></a>]() </center> <!--<a href="" target="_blank"> <img src="" title="" Alt="" border="0" ></a> --> <!-- <center> Feel free to use this website's [code]( for yourself (if you like it). </center> -->