Kyle Wallace is currently a PhD candidate at The College of William and Mary. Kyle is co-advised by Dr. Gang Zhou and Dr. Kun Sun in the Computer Science Department.

  • 2012/12 - B.S. Applied Discrete Mathematics (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
  • 2012/12 - B.S. Computer Science (Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University)
  • 2014/12 - M.S. Computer Science (The College of William and Mary)

Kyle has research interests ranging from algorithm design, cryptography and security, mobile sensor data analysis, random number generation, crowdsourced systems, neural networks, and Internet of Things (IoT). His current research track explores the resource limits of IoT devices and adapting algorithms to utilize/assist these devices in a distributed manner.

Research Affiliations

The Laboratory for Embedded and Networked Systems (LENS) Lab is led by Dr. Gang Zhou, and researches topics including sensing and sensor networks, mobile devices, networking, and smart health.

The Sun Security Lab is led by Dr. Kun Sun and researches topics including trustworthy computing, moving target defense and deception, password management, and smartphone security.


  • Toward Sensor-Based Random Number Generation for Mobile and IoT Devices

    Kyle Wallace, Kevin Moran, Ed Novak, Gang Zhou, Kun Sun

    The importance of Random Number Generators (RNG) to various computing applications is well understood. To ensure a quality level of output, high-entropy sources should be utilized as input. However, the algorithms used have not yet fully evolved to utilize newer technology...

    2016 IEEE Internet of Things Journal

Curriculum Vitae

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