Internet of Things - programming, privacy and permissions

We are conducting research on the Internet of Things (IoT), sensors and actuators that interact with the physical world, from measuring pollution to connecting medical devices. Our research tries to answer questions such as: How do you automatically and securely integrate new devices to the network? How can you prevent such devices from launching attacks? How can consumers know what information are sharing with the cloud? How do we name such devices and create maintainable programs that continue to work even when devices are replaced?

Lab: Internet Real Time (IRT), 7LW1

Location: Hybrid (both Remote and On Site)

Direct Supervisor: Jan Janak and Luoyao Hao

Position Dates: Spring 2022

Hours per Week: 8

Number of positions: 1

Qualifications: Networking (e.g., CSEE 4119); programming (e.g., COMS 3157); operating systems (preferred)

Eligibility: Junior, Senior, Master's

Henning Schulzrinne ([email protected])

Further Information: Projects can be lab-based (e.g., deploy IoT networks), more theory-heavy or implementation oriented.