minji

Hi, I'm Minji!

I am a first-year Ph.D. student in Computer Science at Stanford University advised by Aaron Newman. I am interested in computational biology, decoding molecular biology data to discover the complex biological mechanisms underlying human diseases, especially cancer.

Before Stanford, I received B.S. in Computer Science and Engineering from Seoul National University advised by Jihong Kim and Sun Kim.

Outside of research, I love listening to music, playing the piano, taking photos, and drinking tea.

CV

Publications

Deep hierarchical embedding for simultaneous modeling of GPCR proteins in a unified metric space
Taeheon Lee, Sangseon Lee, Minji Kang, and Sun Kim.
Scientific Reports, 2021

Learning Cell-Type-Specific Gene Regulation Mechanism by Multi-Attention Based Deep Learning Model with Regulatory Latent Space
Minji Kang*, Sangseon Lee*, Dohoon Lee, and Sun Kim.
Frontiers in Genetics, 2020
*: co-first author

A CNN-Based Encrypted Data Detection Technique for Ransomware Defense
Minji Kang, Jonghoon Won, Jisung Park, Jihong Kim.
KIISE Transactions on Computing Practices, 2019
Invited Paper

RansomBlocker: a Low-Overhead Ransomware-Proof SSD
Jisung Park, Youngdon Jung, Jonghoon Won, Minji Kang, Sungjin Lee, Jihong Kim.
In Proc. of the 56th Design Automation Conference (DAC), 2019

File-Fragment Type Identification using Selected N-grams by Apriori Algorithm
Jonghoon Won*, Minji Kang*, Jisung Park, Jihong Kim.
In Proc. of the 2018 Korea Software Congress, 2018
*: co-first author





Contact

minji.kang [at] stanford [dot] edu