Bio: Frederico Araujo is a PhD candidate in Software Engineering at the University of Texas at Dallas, where he has been working on deception-based software defenses with Dr. Kevin Hamlen. His research interests are in applied systems and software security, with a focus on language-based approaches. His PhD work has introduced a new architecture and programming language support for engineering applications with deceptive response capabilities against targeted attacks. Three of his papers have won best paper awards, including the NYU-Poli Best Applied Security Research Paper Award (2014). He has interned with IBM Research at the T.J. Watson Research Center, and has held industrial software engineering positions, most recently at Siemens. While at UT Dallas, he has received the Ericsson Graduate Fellowship and a departmental Outstanding Achievement Award. Frederico holds a BS (2007) from the University of São Paulo, Brazil, and a MS (2008) from the Ecole Centrale Paris, France.