Researchers at Rutgers and Georgia Tech develop three methods to defend against sneaky attacks
With cyberattacks on 3D printers likely to threaten health and safety, researchers at Rutgers University-New Brunswick and Georgia Institute of Technology have developed novel methods to combat them, according to a groundbreaking study.
A team from WINLAB comprising ECE graduate student Bhargav Gokalgandhi, researcher Prasanthi Maddala and Associate Director Ivan Seskar has won the 3rd prize at the RF Network on Chip (RFNoC) and Vivaldo Challenge. This challenge sponsored by Ettus Research and Xilinx Inc. rewards engineers for creating innovative open-source RF Network on Chip (RFNoC) blocks that will add to the library of available open-source blocks for programming FPGAs in Software Defined Radio development and production.
A team from Rutgers comprising ECE Professors Narayan Mandayam and Janne Lindqvist along with Professor Arnold Glass from Psychology has received an Early Concept Grant for Exploratory Research (EAGER) award from the NSF for a project titled "Simulated and Synthetic Data for Interdependent Communications and Energy Critical Infrastructures." This is a 2 year $200,000 project in collaboration with Florida International University (FIU), with Rutgers' share of the award being $100,000.
Professor Kristin Dana has been awarded a new NSF award for the project titled "Seeing Surfaces: Actionable Surface Properties from Vision." This is a three year $500,000 collaborative effort between Rutgers University (Kristin Dana, PI) and Drexel University. Rutgers' share of this award is $249,931.00.
Distinguished Professor Roy Yates has won a new NSF award for the project titled "Timely Updating: Principles and Applications." This is a three year $500,000 project.
Professor Emina Soljanin has received a new NSF award for the project titled "Codes for Data Storage with Queues for Data Access." This is a three year $500,000 collaborative effort between Rutgers University (Emina Soljanin, PI) and Texas A&M University. Rutgers' share of this award is $309,236.
Professor Marco Gruteser has been elected chair of the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) Special Interest Group on Mobile Computing (ACM SIGMOBILE). ACM SIGMOBILE is the international professional organization for scientists, engineers, executives, educators, and students dedicated to all things mobile.