Resilient Networking-Silicon Valley Campus - Carnegie Mellon University

Resilient Networking

In the presence of the explosive growth and societal dependence on wireless networking technologies, the fundamental vulnerabilities of wireless networks remain. Users of wireless networks bear the risk of denial-of-service from a wealth of causes, both man-made and disaster-borne. Research in this area accordingly includes security and disaster management aspects.

Papers/Projects

Wireless Security

Secure and Resilient Networking

  • Arjun Athreya and Patrick Tague, "Self-Organization of a Mesh Hierarchy for Smart Grid Monitoring in Outage Scenarios", to appear in 4th IEEE PES Innovative Smart Grid Technologies Conference (ISGT), Feb 2013

Patrick Tague

Prof. Patrick Tague

Survivable Social Network (SSN) The SSN project is developing a system that can be deployed in and by neighborhoods to provide flexible and powerful social networking tools, accessible via smartphones, without dependence on public telecommunications or Internet infrastructures. SSN offers the promise of a familiar-feeling, easily used, training-less system for disseminating information in the midst of a disaster to and between community members, augmenting existing tools and systems that will be available to relief agencies. Learn more.
Bob Iannucci

Prof. Bob Iannucci

Disaster Management

The Disaster Management Initiative (DMI) brings together regional and international practitioners, volunteers, researchers, public institutions and private corporations for the purpose of studying the use of information technologies for the coordinated all-hazards disaster management with an emphasis on incidents that cross jurisdictional boundaries. Learn more.

Workshops

  • 2012- Enhancing Community Resilience: The Role of Technology
  • 2011- Mobile Communication for Public Safety: Policy, Technology and Practice
  • 2010- New Technologies for Disaster Response

Hyperwall

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