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 performance and security issues in mobile ad hoc and sensor networks; wireless communications; and networked control (cyber-physical) systems.
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- April 2013: Arjun's paper "Network Self-Organization in the Internet of Things" will
appear at the IoT-NC workshop in conjunction with
- April 2013: Yu Seung, Yuan, and Le Nguyen will present poster
"LAPWiN: Location-Aided Probing in Wi-Fi Networks" and Arjun, Yu Seung,
Sean, and Yuan will present poster "Packet Conductance for Statistical
Intrusion Detection in Anonymous Networks" at Oakland 2013.
- March 2013: Bruce's paper "How to Jam Without Getting Caught: Analysis and Empirical
Study of Stealthy Periodic Jamming" and Sean's paper "ASIA: Accelerated Secure In-network
Aggregation in Vehicular Sensing Network" will both appear at SECON 2013.
- January 2013: Yu Seung's and Bruce's paper "Stochastic Optimization of
Flow-Jamming Attacks in Multichannel Wireless Networks" will appear at ICC 2013.
- January 2013: CMU INI student Shrikant Adhikarla's and ECE student Min Suk Kang's paper "Selfish Manipulation of Cooperative Cellular Communications via Channel Fabrication", in collaboration with Patrick Tague, will appear at WiSec 2013.
For more information about our group, please see the following resources:
- Research Areas of Interest
- List of Publications
- Courses Taught by WNSS Faculty
- WNSS Faculty and Students