Dr. Rampazzi Cyber-physical System Security Lab (CPSec Lab)
The Cyber-physical System Security (CPSec) Lab of Dr. Rampazzi is equipped with a wide range of sensors, such as infrared sensors, CMOS sensors, 2D and 3D LiDARs, MEMS motion sensors, stereocameras, and acoustic sensors. The laboratory includes a variety of IoAT systems such as smartspeakers, smartphones, medical devices readers and monitoring systems, and automotive and drone frameworks. The instrumentation of the laboratory consists of RF signal generators, RF transmitters and receivers (USRPs) and a wide range of antennas. The laboratory has several power amplifiers and attenuators, RF filters, mixers, couplers, and it is also equipped with several software-defined radios and workstations, which are used for implementing and testing digital and analog signal processing algorithms for educational laboratories. The laboratory also includes (1) instrumentation for acoustic analysis such as MEMS microphones, loudspeakers, and headphones for acoustic spectrum analysis (including hydrophones and underwater speakers), and (2) equipment for controlled laser injection analysis, such as a wide range of lenses, mirrors, and optical filters, laser drivers, photodiodes, and optical power meters.
HEALTHCARE SYSTEMS SECURITY & SAFETY
AUTONOMOUS SYSTEMS SECURITY
IOT & MOBILE SYSTEM SECURITY & PRIVACY
Oversensing & Side Channels
Sensors can perceive more than what they have been designed for. Mobile systems, IoTs, and smart home devices are susceptible to various vulnerabilities that attackers can exploit to acquire secret information or gain control over the systems.
Innovative Authentication Systems
Physical signals can be used to enhance authentication procedures for new generation IoT devices and AR/VR systems. Our laboratory investigates innovative solutions to improve security and access control.
HARDWARE & SOFTWARE SECURITY
CPSec Lab Director: Dr. Sara Rampazzi
- Sri Hrushikesh Bhupathiraju Varma
- Jennifer Sheldon
- Weidong Zhu