Advanced Integrated Cyber-Physical Systems (AICPS) Lab

Prof. Mohammad Al Faruque

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My current research projects are as follows:

 

"Design for Security" - Cyber-Physical Systems Security: Applications include Automotive, Bio-logical Systems, and Additive Manufacturing (3D Printer)

NDSS 2019 Oligo-Snoop: A Non-Invasive Side Channel Attack Against DNA Synthesis Machines

A short video presentation on our current work on Oligo-Snoop: A Non-Invasive Side Channel Attack Against DNA Synthesis Machines (a cyber-physical system)

A short video presentation on our current work on Manufacturing Security (3D-printer - a cyber-physical system)

 

A short video presentation on our current work on Automotive Security (autonomous vehicles requiring V2X Communication - a cyber-physical system)

 

"Autonomous Systems" - A Research Testbed for Autonomous Vehicles

A short video presentation on our current work on Automoous Vehicle Testbed built by our undergraduate students

 

"Design for Energy Efficiency and Reliability" - Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) - Application include Electric Vehicles (EVs)

A short video presentation on our work on Electric Vehicle (a cyber-physical system) design and optimization

Finished Projects:

A short video on our work on smartgrid applications including modeling and simulation tools, demand response, control, and home energy management. This project has been finished. See our work on the following links for further details: http://aicps.eng.uci.edu/research/CPES/

To learn more about our GridMat Tool Visit: http://aicps.eng.uci.edu/research/CPES/Tools/GridMat.htm

   
  Last updated on April 8, 2019