May 2022

Geoff accepted an internship offer from Modern Hire to join them in Summer 2022 as a Data Science Intern.

December 2021

Our paper, "Vehicle-to-Nothing? Securing C-V2X Against Protocol-Aware DoS Attacks," was accepted to appear in the IEEE INFOCOM 2022 conference. Congratulations Geoff!

August 2021

Geoff Twardokus is now a PhD student in WISP lab after successfully defending his Master's thesis.

June 2021

Our 3rd US patent application "A Method for Exploiting Preamble Waveforms to Support Device and Network Functionalities in Wireless Systems" was granted by USPTO.

May 2021

Two papers, one on connected vehicles security and one on preamble embedding in MIMO, accepted to appear in ACM WiSec'21 conference (congrats to Sid!) and IEEE TMC, respectively.

February 2021

Two papers on connected vehicles security accepted to appear in IEEE ICC'21 and IEEE CNERT'21 workshop (in conjucation with IEEE INFOCOM). Congratulations to Geoff!

December 2020

 Our group moved into our new research lab (Faraday lab) within Global Cybersecurity Institute.

October 2020

 Our novel V2Verifier testbed is receiving media coverage! Watch our interview with WROC-TV.

August 2020

Siddharth Dongre joined the team as a PhD student. Welcome Sid!

May 2020

Geoff Twardokus joined the team as a summer research co-op. Welcome Geoff!

December 2019

Our paper "Expanding the Role of Preambles to Support User-defined Functionality in MIMO-based WLANs" accepted to appear in IEEE INFOCOM 2020 conference.

October 2019

Our second patent application "Systems and Methods for Securing Wireless Communications" was granted by USPTO.