Check out our new paper in cybersecurity. Title: “Are you for Real? Authentication in Dynamic IoT Systems” to present @ 26th IEEE Pacific Rim International Symposium on Dependable Computing (PRDC 2021) in Perth, Australia.
Our latest work in cybersecurity won the best paper award at top-tier DSN conference. To read more about this click here.
Interested in reading the paper itself, click here.
Our work on the security of drones has been ranked as top 10 research in cybersecurity in Canada. Link: https://www.serene-risc.ca/en/news/the-new-issue-of-the-serene-risc-digest-is-available
I have successfully defended my PhD and received the degree in May 2020. Thanks a lot to all my supporters, profs and family. If you’re interested in what I have done, please take a look at my thesis located here.
Our latest paper is in the news:
Special thanks to Dr. Pattabiraman and DSL Lab, it’s been a great opportunity to present my recent findings of device authentication in drones for ITB consortium comprised of QinetiQ, General Dynamics, Seaspan, Lockheed Martin, etc.
I am very excited about presenting my new poster discussing novel findings in security of drones. Please come and visit my work at the Dependable Computing Workshop 2019.
With Dr. Ivanov presenting our work at the workshop.
I was so excited about the great event we hosted in our department. ECEGSA hosted a music night at ECE Kaiser Building. It was a glorious night full of joy with our talented musicians. I never really knew we have lots of gems in our department. Such events will encourage our students to follow their interests and create special memories in our department while studying.
While serving the GSA executive office, I look forward to serving more events of such that can bring us closer.
Great news! Our paper about intrusion detection systems for IoT devices has been accepted to CPS-SPC 2018. CORGIDS deduces logical events of physical properties to detect attacks based on Markov Model.