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Kang G. Shin receives IEEE TCCPS Technical Achievement Award

The award recognizes Prof. Shin’s substantial and lasting contributions to cyber-physical systems.

University of Michigan researchers create screen protection system to fend off shoulder surfers

Eye-Shield uses an innovative pixelation scheme to obscure device screens when viewed from a distance, safeguarding against shoulder surfing attacks.

Five papers by CSE researchers presented at USENIX Security 2023

Papers authored by CSE researchers at the conference cover a variety of topics related to computer security and privacy.

A surprisingly simple way to foil car thieves

Flicking lights or swiping wipers could one day add extra security to vehicles.

CSE alum Xinyu Zhang selected as recipient of ACM SIGMOBILE RockStar Award

The award recognizes Zhang’s outstanding contributions to the mobile computing field.

Kang G. Shin receives 2023 SIGMOBILE Test-of-Time Award

The award recognizes the substantial and lasting impact of Shin’s research on real-time dynamic voltage scaling for embedded operating systems.

Five papers by CSE researchers presented at IEEE S&P conference

Ten CSE researchers have authored papers for the conference spanning topics related to security and privacy.

Prof. Kang G. Shin receives DoD grant to investigate security of semi-autonomous systems

Prof. Shin plans to identify potential attack surfaces and security/safety issues while developing defense mechanisms against attacks on semi-autonomous systems.

Three CSE grad students recognized by NSF Graduate Research Fellowship Program

This program recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students.

Kang G. Shin recognized with Distinguished Leadership Award by IEEE Computer Society Technical & Conference Activities Board

His work in the area of real-time computing has spanned decades and has had impact in a broad range of applications.

Four papers with Michigan authors at SIGCOMM 2021

ACM SIGCOMM's annual conference is the leading conference in data communications and networking in the world.

IEEE security conference features six accepted papers from CSE researchers

The projects impact voting systems, physical sensors, integrated circuit fabrication, and multiple microarchitectural side-channel vulnerabilities.

Offensive vehicle security toolbox makes car hacking easier

The new system is designed to save security researchers time and effort spent reverse-engineering the message format of every vehicle they study.

PET Award for making privacy policies easier to read

The research generated a chatbot to help users sift through important details in privacy policies.

Chat tool simplifies tricky online privacy policies

Automated chatbot uses artificial intelligence to weed through fine print

Several Michigan Papers Presented at 2016 USENIX Security Symposium

A total of five papers authored by CSE researchers were presented.

Pressure-sensing smartphones: Software lets mobile devices feel force

New software developed by CSE engineers and inspired, in part, by a Batman movie, could give any smartphone the capacity to sense force or pressure on its screen or body.

GapSense could alleviate wireless traffic jams; improve network performance

Computer Scientists Win Best Paper Award at MobiCom '11 Conference

E-MILI could dramatically improve smartphone battery life

Kang G. Shin and Collaborators Win Best Paper Award at IEEE ICAC Conference

EECS Faculty receive 2010 HP Labs Innovation Research Awards