Carolin Frueh Situational Awareness (satellites, debris and near earth objects, ground surveillance), Object 3D formation from image/video (shape inversion), Satellite Guidance, Navigation and Control, Astrodynamics, Sensor Tasking, Low Observability Systems, Information Quantification and Retrieval.
Lorraine Kisselburgh F communication and emerging technologies; privacy in social contexts; geolocational privacy; privacy and security policy; social networks; collaboration in networks; gender in STEM careers; digital identities
Jennifer Neville Data mining and machine learning for relational data, fraud detection, social networks
Kihong Park scalable QoS provisioning in IP internets, self-similar and multimedia traffic control, and network security and fault-tolerance. His research is supported by grants from both government and industry, including NSF, DARPA, and CERIAS
Mathias Payer Research interests: system security, exploitation, SFI, and virtualization.
Sunil Prabhakar issues in large-scale, distributed applications such as multimedia databases, data warehouses, and digital libraries
Gene Spafford F Executive Director, CERIAS. Security policy, intrusion detection and response, security architecture, computer forensics, vulnerability analysis, counterintelligence/counterespionage
Wojciech Szpankowski analysis of algorithms, data compression, information theory, analytic combinatorics, random structures, networking, stability problems in distributed systems, modeling of computer systems and computer communication networks, queueing theory, and operations research
Samuel Wagstaff F cryptography, parallel computation, and analysis of algorithms, especially number theoretic algorithms.
Yung-Hsiang Lu Yung-Hsiang Lu is a professor at the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering and Department of Computer Science. His research areas include computer vision, cloud computing, and big data. His research team is building a software infrastructure analyzing the vast amounts of video data from network cameras deployed worldwide. He is an ACM distinguished scientist and speaker. He is the scientific adviser and a co-founder of Perceive Inc, a technology startup for video analytics. He received PhD from Stanford University.
Vijay Raghunathan wireless and ad hoc networks, sensor networks, intrusion detection, reliability
Sanjay Rao Peer-to-peer System Design, Cloud systems, Security issues in system migration