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When: 2012.03.16(Fri.) 3:30pm.
Where: 201 Sci.&Eng. Building, International Campus.
Title: Security for Cyber Physical Systems
More and more researchers have been jumping into the security issues of cyber physical systems, recently. In this talk, I will introduce how one can define security research in a broad term and give some of the examples of security research on cyber physical systems ranging from implantable medical device to automotive systems.
In the second part of the talk, I will introduce two on-going research from University of Minnesota:
1) location privacy leak in cellular networks, which tries to answer if unprivileged (i.e. neither government officials nor cellular providers) can determine a victim is in a cell or not and 2) security of medical device cyber physical system, a joint work with UPenn to guarantee security and safety of medical devices and systems built with them.
Yongdae Kim is an associate professor at the University of Minnesota - Twin Cities, and will join Electrical Engineering department at KAIST starting from Fall 2012.
He received PhD degree from University of Southern California and joined University of Minnesota in 2002. He has been working on various projects in data and communication security.
He received NSF career award on storage security and McKnight Land-Grant Professorship Award from University of Minnesota in 2005.
His research interests include security issues for cyber physical systems, distributed systems such as P2P systems, storage systems, sensor and ad hoc networks, and anonymous systems.