Prof. Kang G. Shin receives DoD grant to investigate security of semi-autonomous systemsProf. Shin plans to identify potential attack surfaces and security/safety issues while developing defense mechanisms against attacks on semi-autonomous systems.
Three CSE grad students recognized by NSF Graduate Research Fellowship ProgramThis program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students.
Kang G. Shin recognized with Distinguished Leadership Award by IEEE Computer Society Technical & Conference Activities BoardHis work in the area of real-time computing has spanned decades and has had impact in a broad range of applications.
Four papers with Michigan authors at SIGCOMM 2021ACM SIGCOMM's annual conference is the leading conference in data communications and networking in the world.
IEEE security conference features six accepted papers from CSE researchers
The projects impact voting systems, physical sensors, integrated circuit fabrication, and multiple microarchitectural side-channel vulnerabilities.
Offensive vehicle security toolbox makes car hacking easier
The new system is designed to save security researchers time and effort spent reverse-engineering the message format of every vehicle they study.
PET Award for making privacy policies easier to read
The research generated a chatbot to help users sift through important details in privacy policies.
Chat tool simplifies tricky online privacy policies
Automated chatbot uses artificial intelligence to weed through fine print
Several Michigan Papers Presented at 2016 USENIX Security SymposiumA total of five papers authored by CSE researchers were presented.
Pressure-sensing smartphones: Software lets mobile devices feel force
New software developed by CSE engineers and inspired, in part, by a Batman movie, could give any smartphone the capacity to sense force or pressure on its screen or body.