The Wireless Network & System Security group at Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley is part of Carnegie Mellon CyLab and is directed by Patrick Tague. The group focuses on various aspects of performance, security, and privacy in wireless communications, networking, and mobile systems, including modeling and evaluating vulnerabilities in wireless ad-hoc, mesh, and sensor networks; designing robust networking protocols for ad-hoc networks, wireless embedded systems, cognitive radio networks, and cyber-physical systems; and developing robust and secure services for smartphones and other mobile platforms.
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- February 2014: Yuan's paper "All Your Screens Are Belong to Us: Attacks Exploiting the HTML5
Screen Sharing API", in collaboration with Kate Liu, Amar Bhosale, David Huang, Patrick Tague, and
Collin Jackson was accepted to appear at Oakland 2014!
- January 2014: Our paper "Energy-Governed Resilient Networked Systems", written collaboratively by
Arjun Athreya, Harry Chan-Maestas, Ed Katz, Patrick Tague, and Bob
Iannucci, won the Best Student Paper Award at CCNC 2014! [CMU-SV News]
- December 2013: Arjun has tranferred to UIUC to continue his PhD studies under the supervision
of Prov. Ravi Iyer. We wish Arjun continued success in the next step of his journey.
- October 2013: Arjun's paper "Energy-Governed Resilient Networked Systems", written
collaboratively with Harry Chan-Maestas, Ed Katz, Patrick Tague, and Bob Iannucci, will appear at
- September 2013: Arjun's, Bruce's, and Patrick's paper "Designing for Self-Configuration and Self-Adaptation in the Internet of Things" will appear at the C-IoT Workshop as part of CollaborateCom 2013.