Your smart home may soon have a smarter way to pair your devices
Jun Han, a CyLab researcher and recent Ph.D. graduate in the department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) at Carnegie Mellon’s Silicon Valley campus presented a study titled "Do You Feel What I Hear? Enabling Autonomous IoT Device Pairing using Different Sensor Types" at the IEEE Security & Privacy Symposium in San Francisco.
Fourteen years later, Pasareanu’s automated software-testing work awarded for retrospective impact
Fourteen years ago, CyLab associate research professor Corina Pasareanu and two of her colleagues published a paper outlining three automated techniques for checking software for bugs and vulnerabilities. At the time, software failures cost the United States about $60 billion every year, and today that cost is nearly $1 trillion worldwide.
Sensors for Buildings and Zebras
Professor Pei Zhang, with Ph.D. students Jun Han and Shijia Pan, attended and received awards at SenSys and BuildSys. Zhang, an associate research professor of electrical and computer engineering (ECE) and information networking at CMU-SV, received the ACM SenSys Test of Time Award.
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