Undergraduate Research in Wireless Sensor Security Course

Author:
Sumita Mishra, Yin Pan, Tae (Tom) Oh
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323.60 kB
Date:
01 July 2009
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Wireless sensor networks (WSN) are used for military as well as commercial applications due to ease of deployment and low infrastructure cost. WSNs are being introduced for collecting patient data in healthcare and sensitive data in military applications. Hence, sensor security remains a major concern and is a challenging research area in the wireless networking community.In order to provide our undergraduate students an opportunity to exercise his or her creative side before graduation and encourage innovation and creativity, faculty at RIT have developed a course in wireless sensor network security. Our goal is to provide our undergraduate students with research experience and seed their research capability in an emerging networking area.

Undergraduate Research in Wireless Sensor Security Course