Industry Day - October 5, 2005

On October 5, the Center hosted its second annual Industry Day. Guest speakers included Dr. Wei Zhao (Division Director, NSF CISE) and Dr. Paul Kolodzy (Kolodzy Consulting). The day was also highlighted by posters, demonstrations and faculty talks.

Morning 8:00 Breakfast and Registration
9:00-9:15 Welcome (David Wormley, Dean, College of Engineering)
9:15-10:00 Keynote (Dr. Wei Zhao, Division Director, NSF CISE)
10:30-11:15 Keynote (Dr. Paul Kolodzy, Kolodzy Consulting)
11:15-12:00 Center Overview (Dr. Thomas F. La Porta, Director, Networking and Security Research Center)

12:00-1:30 Buffet Lunch (Student Posters and Demonstrations)
Demos/Posters: Room 344B
Collaborative data access in mobile P2P networks
Energy Efficient Data Collection in Sensor Networks
Hybrid Security Solutions for Sensor Networks
Mobile Multilevel-IPsec
TARP: Ticket-based Address Resolution Protocol
CAT: Toolkit for Detecting Attacks in 3G Networks

Posters: Third Floor
BGP Security
Language-based Tools for Information Flow Control
Multilevel Security in Remote Storage
Privacy in Location Based Services
Trusted Computed

Posters: Second Floor
Automatic Placement of Authorization Hooks in Linux Security Modules Framework
Controllable Node Mobility for Mission-Oriented Sensor Networks
Impact of Mobility Prediction on Temporal Stability of MANET Clustering Algorithms
Intelligent MAC Design for RFID Networks
Mandatory Access Control in Xen-Linux Systems
Network Access Control in Ad hoc Networks
On-Demand Wireless Diversity Relay Networks
Optimal Power Allocation for Relay Nodes in Time/Frequency Division Multiuser Relay Networks
PSGR: A Stateless Routing Protocol for Location-Aware Wireless Sensor Networks
Security and Privacy Support for Data Centric Sensor Networks
Security Mechanisms for Overlay Networks
Semantic Small World: A Multi-Dimensional Overlay Network

Afternoon 1:30-2:00 Dr. Patrick McDaniel, SIIS Lab
2:00-2:15 Dr. Guohong Cao, MCN Lab
2:15-2:30 Dr. Aylin Yener, WCAN Lab
2:30-2:45 Dr. Sencun Zhu, ARO Project
2:45-3:00 Dr. George Kesidis, EMIST PI
3:15-4:00 Discussion on Center