Photograph of me lecturing at the blackboard (credit: R. Benjamin Shapiro, 2002).
Activities and upcoming events that I'm involved with:
IEEE Security & Privacy (ongoing)
NSA SoS Best Paper Competition (annually, deadlines in April)
IEEE Cybersecurity Award for Practice (annually, next deadline: July 1, 2023)
CSET 2023 (August 7, 2023)
NSPW 2023 (September 18–21, 2023)
2023 NSF Cybersecurity Summit (Oct. 24–26, 2023)
IEEE S&P (Oakland) 2024 (May 20–23, 2024)
Network Resilience / SDN Security
This project was originally funded by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories, and originally focused on mapping and analyzing the qualities of resilient networks. The Lead PI on that project was Celeste Matarazzo. Collaborators included Prof. Sean Peisert, PI at UC Davis, and Prof. Tina Eliassi-Rad, PI at Rutgers University.
The work was also funded for a time by the National Science Foundation, focusing on security of SDN-based networks. Adrian Chanvez's involvement was funded by the U.S. Department of Energy and Sandia National Laboratories.
Researchers currently involved:
Researchers previously involved:
Current sponsor: National Science Foundation ACI/CC-NIE
Past Sponsor: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Publications resulting from this project:
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