Seminar, Aug. 19, 2021, 5:00p.m. (BRT)
Title: AI-Backed Stability and Resilience for Cyber-Physical Systems (ACM Distinguished Lecture)
Speaker: Dr. Burak Kantarci – College of Ottawa, Canada
As Internet of Things units turn into commonly adopted, cyber-bodily techniques offer you smarter environments and products and services than earlier networked units by leveraging and integrating sensed information from a variety of types of sensors. Despite adopting the positive aspects of the IoT systems, cyber-actual physical programs have numerous weaknesses owing to present vulnerabilities in wireless networks. With massively linked nodes that press sensed data, the cyber danger surface leaves a lot more nodes as concentrate on points to enter the checking community. This lecture will consist of the next sections: 1) A quick introduction to the vulnerabilities and countermeasures in IoT and IIoT cybersecurity with a concentration on risk products and attacks surfaces, 2) Point out of the art in machine learning-centered intrusion detection in IoT and cyber-physical devices. 3) Adversarial intelligence to foresee the threats in IoT-centered sensing. Below, mobile crowdsensing as a particular use case of IoT will be viewed as. 3)Open up challenges, challenges and upcoming instructions in this subject are likely to be introduced for the researchers interested in this field.
Burak Kantarci is an Affiliate Professor and the Founding Director of the Next Era Communications and Computing Networks (NEXTCON) Investigate Lab and the Clever Connected Automobiles Innovation Centre (SCVI) at the College of Ottawa. Dr. Kantarci retains a Ph.D in computer engineering and he is a globally regarded researcher significantly in cellular cloud computing, cell crowd-sensing and AI-driven methods for protected and reputable cyberspace. Dr. Kantarci is the co-writer of about 200 publications in founded journals and conferences, and 13 book chapters. He is perfectly identified for his contributions to the quantification of details trustworthiness in mobile group-sensing (MCS) methods, and match theoretic incentives to endorse consumer participation in MCS strategies with higher price knowledge as well as AI-backed accessibility regulate, authentication and machine learning-backed intrusion detection options in sensing environments. Dr. Kantarci served as the Chair of IEEE Communications Systems Integration and Modeling Technical Committee, and has served as the Complex Application Co-Chair/ Symposium Co-chair of extra than 20 intercontinental conferences/ symposia/ workshops which includes IEEE Worldwide Communications Convention (GLOBECOM) – Communications Programs QoS, Trustworthiness and Modeling (CQRM) symposium. An Editor of the IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials, IEEE Internet of Things, Elsevier Vehicular Communications, an associate editor for IEEE Networking Letters, an location editor for IEEE Transactions on Eco-friendly Communications and Networking, and an affiliate editor for IEEE Access. Dr. Kantarci is a Distinguished Speaker of the Affiliation for Computing Equipment (ACM), senior member of ACM, and senior member of the IEEE.