Talk by Prof. Kui Ren from Zhejiang University, China:
"Innovation in IoT security: From Continuous Biometrics to Trustworthy Manufacturing"
Innovation in IoT security: From Continuous Biometrics to Trustworthy Manufacturing
Prof. Kui Ren
Zhejiang University, China
14:00-15:30 / December 20, Friday
19F meeting room #1901, NII
The human-to-machine (H2M) interaction provides critical interference for many Internet-of-Things (IoT) applications. Securing the H2M interaction is a key to a trustworthy IoT ecosystem (e.g., smart home and wearables). In this talk, I will present two recent advancements. The first enables next-generation user authentication. The human cardiac motion was identified as the unique individual fingerprint, and we develop a high-sensitive and distortion-free continuous radar sensor to remotely capture the cardiac displacement over time and thus provide continuous user authentication. The second is about 3D printing security in manufacturing highly flexible and customized IoT devices. The proposed system harnesses the unclonable process variation in 3D printing manufacturing and leverages the corresponding geometry imperfection as the unique product signature.
Kui Ren is Distinguished Professor and Associate Dean of College of Computer Science and Technology at Zhejiang University, where he also directs the Institute of Cyber Science and Technology. Before that, he was SUNY Empire Innovation Professor at State University of New York at Buffalo. He received his PhD degree from Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Kui's current research interests include Data Security, IoT Security, AI Security, and Privacy. He received many awards including IEEE CISTC Technical Recognition Award, SUNY Chancellor's Research Excellence Award, NSF CAREER Award, etc. Kui has published more than 300 papers in peer-reviewed journals and conferences and received several Best Paper Awards, including IEEE Globecom'19, ACM AsiaCCS'18, IEEE ICDCS'17, IWQoS'17, and ICNP'11. His h-index is 67, and his total publication citation exceeds 29,000 according to Google Scholar. Kui is a Fellow of IEEE, a Distinguished Scientist of ACM. He currently serves as an area/associate editor for ACM Trans. On Cyber Physical Systems, IEEE Trans. on Dependable and Secure Computing, IEEE Trans. on Service Computing, IEEE Trans. on Networking, IEEE Trans. on Mobile Computing, IEEE Wireless Communications, IEEE Internet of Things
Journal, and Computer Networks.
kei (at) nii.ac.jp