Dr. Chung Hwan Kim is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at the University of Texas at Dallas (UT Dallas). Before joining UT Dallas in 2020, he received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Purdue University in 2017 and worked at NEC Labs as a Researcher for three years. His research interest lies in solving security problems in modern computing systems, recently with more focus on the security (and safety) of autonomous vehicles, such as drones and self-driving cars. His research seeks to significantly improve autonomous vehicle security (and safety) by developing novel tools that automatically analyze vehicle software, find critical problems (e.g., safety-critical vulnerabilities), and fix them. In recent years, his team has discovered over 120 new critical vulnerabilities in popular drone control and self-driving software. His research on autonomous vehicle security has been published to top security conferences, such as USENIX Security, CCS, and NDSS. Dr. Kim is a recipient of the 2021 UT Dallas New Faculty Research Symposium Grant Award. His work has been nominated as a Top 10 Finalist for the CSAW Best Applied Research Paper Award in 2018.