Abstract:   The challenges posed by the Internet of Things (IoT) render existing security measures ineffective against emerging networks and devices. These challenges include heterogeneity, operation in open environments, and scalability. We propose SST (Secure Swarm Toolkit), an open-source toolkit for construction and deployment of an authorization service infrastructure for the IoT. The infrastructure

ECE Colloquium scheduled on TUE, November 15

ECE Colloquium scheduled on TUE, November 8

ECE Colloquium scheduled on TUE, October 25

ECE Colloquium scheduled on TUE, October 11

ECE Colloquium: JinRyong Kim(ETRI) “Haptic Interaction”

JinRyong Kim
2016.10.04(Tue)
16:00 ~ 17:15
104-E104

ECE Colloquium scheduled on TUE, October 4

ECE Colloquium scheduled on TUE, September 27

ECE Colloquium scheduled on TUE, September 20

ECE Colloquium scheduled on TUE, September 13

ECE Colloquium scheduled on TUE, September 6

ECE Colloquium scheduled on TUE, August 30

ECE SPECIAL SEMINAR(2016.08.16)


2016.08.16(Tue)
4:30 pm
EB1, E204

    **BIO Changhee Jung is an Assistant Professor in Computer Science at Virginia Tech. His research interests include compilers, computer architectures, software engineering, and dependable systems. His work has appeared in top conferences such as MICRO, PLDI, ICSE, ASPLOS, PPOPP, and SC (Best Student Paper Finalist, 2016). He received Google Faculty Research Award (2015)

ECE SPECIAL SEMINAR (2016.08.02) – High-density impedance spectroscope for single cell analysis

Jaehoon Chung (Institute of Microelectronics in Singapore)
2016.08.02(Tue)
4:30 pm ~ 6pm
EB1, E207

SPECIAL SEMINAR (2016.07.28)

Sung-Yeul Park (Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Connecticut)
2016.07.28(Thu)
4pm ~ 6pm
EB2, E104

 

                                                            ECE  Special Seminar is upcoming. Scholars, Students, and Researchers are  all welcome! Title: Accurate and Space Efficient Cyber Forensic Analysis Speaker: Prof. Kyu Hyung Lee (University of

                                                    * Title: Persistent Memory Architecture Research at UCSC – Workload Characterization and Hardware Support for Persistence * Speaker: Prof. Jishen Zhao (University of California) * Time: 2016. 7. 14

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