Our paper “CBMoS: Combinatorial Bandit Learning for Mode Selection and Resource Allocation in D2D Systems” is accepted at IEEE JSAC
Our paper “A Billion Open Interfaces for Eve and Mallory: MitM, DoS, and Tracking Attacks on iOS and macOS Through Apple Wireless Direct Link” is accepted at USENIX Security ’19
Our paper “An Online Context-aware Machine Learning Algorithm for 5G mmWave Vehicular Communications” is accepted at IEEE/ACM TON’18
Our paper “Adaptive Codebook Optimization for Beam Training on Off-the-Shelf IEEE 802.11ad Devices” is accepted at ACM MobiCom ’18
Our paper “One Billion Apples’ Secret Sauce: Recipe for the Apple Wireless Direct Link Ad hoc Protocol” wins Best Community Paper Award ACM MobiCom ’18
Our demo “Linux Goes Apple Picking: Cross-Platform Ad hoc Communication with Apple Wireless Direct Link” wins Best Demo Award at ACM MobiCom ’18
Our paper “Compressive Millimeter-Wave Sector Selection in Off-the-Shelf IEEE 802.11ad Devices” is accepted at ACM CoNEXT’17
Our paper “FML: Fast Machine Learning for 5G mmWave Vehicular Communications” is accepted at IEEE INFOCOM’18
Our paper “Massive Reactive Smartphone-Based Jamming using Arbitrary Waveforms and Adaptive Power Control” wins Best Paper Award at WiSec’17
Secure Mobile Networking Lab – SEEMOO
The Secure Mobile Networking Lab – SEEMOO is headed by Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Hollick. SEEMOO is part of the Computer Science Department of Technische Universität Darmstadt and affiliated with CRISP – Center for Research in Security and Privacy.
Our restless, mobile society increasingly depends on information and communication technology. Technology has progressed as far as to enable seamless connectivity in all but the most remote places. Yet adequate protection of the dependability and security in mobile networks is lacking. Moreover, user's privacy starts to erode with the growth in penetration of mobile communication devices.
Find above a visual outline of the applications we are interested in, the types of networks we focus on, and the fundamentals as well as mechanism & protocols we are investigating at SEEMOO. From this starting point, we aim at addressing selected technological research challenges. For instance, we investigate and model the potential impact of attacks on mobile and wireless networks as well as on user privacy. To counteract these attacks and mitigate their potential effects, we develop technology that enables dependable, secure, and privacy preserving communications on the move.
Do not hesitate to contact us for further information or to visit us in our lab.