Patrick Tague, Assistant Research Professor, CyLab, INI
Areas of Interest:
network security, focusing on wireless, ad-hoc, and sensor networks; classical cryptographic properties such as confidentiality, integrity, or authentication; and network operational properties such as availability, reliability, and performance that cannot necessarily be provided using cryptography alone
PhD, Electrical Engineering, 2009, University of Washington
Patrick Tague is a member of the research faculty at Carnegie Mellon Silicon Valley. He received MS and PhD degrees in Electrical Engineering from the University of Washington and BS degrees in Mathematics and Computer Engineering from the University of Minnesota. His PhD research focused on modeling and evaluating vulnerabilities in wireless ad-hoc and sensor networks and designing networking protocols that are robust to failure and attack. His general research interests include mobile communication systems, statistical modeling and inference, and network security.