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PUE Attack and GAN based Defense: Lingering Threat in Spectrum Sharing and Remedy

In this blog, Dr. Debashri Roy will discuss GAN-based learning techniques to defend against the primary user emulation attack while dynamically accessing the spectrum following her GLOBECOM 2019 paper. Debashri is a postdoctoral fellow under the Experiential AI program at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Northeastern University, since July. She...

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Securing Vehicular Communications through Blockchain

In this blog, we have Ferheen Ayaz discussing secure information flow in vehicular networks and how blockchain can play a role in Intelligent Transportation Systems. Ferheen Ayaz is a third-year Ph.D. researcher at the University of Sussex, UK. Her current research interests include blockchain applications in vehicular communications. She is...

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Listen to Constructive Comments, Ignore the Destructive Ones

In this short blog, Dr. Behrooz Makki, the outstanding nominee of the 2020 IEEE ComSoc Best YP will share his early research story as a graduate student.  We hope our readers will find it inspiring and relatable. Eventually, what matters the most is honesty, aspirations to do better, hard work, perseverance,...

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Reliable Software-defined Networks (SDNs)

In this blog, Dr. Israat Haque will cover some of the efforts to develop reliable SDNs and ensure high-quality services for end-users. Dr. Israat Haque joined Dalhousie University as an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Computer Science in August 2017, where she created and started the Programmable and Intelligent...

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