This presentation has two purposes. The first purpose is how to increase our research performance even with very limited manpower and resource. We introduce student-oriented research with the KSA (Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities) approach and a research group called Smart and Secure Computing Research Group (SSCRG) in order to make the participating students feel secure for preparing for their industry internship or future professional careers. We focus on two emerging technologies – full stack technology and blockchain. The full stack technology needs students to understand different facets of developing and deploying client-server web applications and mobile apps. The students have to understand and practice how diverse languages, tools, engines, frameworks, libraries, architectures, development/operation methodologies, and computing paradigms are integrated for a full-stack project. The blockchain technology requires the students need to understand different facets of developing peer-to-peer web applications and mobile apps called DApp (Distributed App). The students have to understand cryptocurrency, open ledger, and contract, etc. The second purpose is to introduce the current research projects of the SSCRG. We introduce DevSecOps (= Development + Security + Operation), App & DApp, 4 STREAM (= Science + Technology + Recreation + Engineering + Arts + Mathematics), and Smart & Secure Identity Management (IdM) in order to make the participating students feel smart for preparing for their own future professional businesses. In the DevSecOps research, we attempt to discover evidence-based practices of development, quality assurance including security, and operations. In the App and DApp, we compare an app running on a centralized client/server network and a distributed app running on a decentralized peer-to-peer network in terms of multiple software architectural views. Based upon the architectural comparisons, we propose evidence-based practices of developing App and DApp.In the STREAM project, we study how Recreation and Arts can help STEM education to let K-12 students learn computational thinking and/or programming. In the Smart & Secure IdM, we explore how we can make an IdM system secure and smart with design patterns, compensating controls, cloud computing, and Blockchain technology. Also, research participants of each project are introduced with each project. His research group will have showcases in parallel with this presentation.