We are looking for graduate and undergraduate students from CS, INCS, or ECE who are willing to work on a project on behavioral authentication and privacy-preserving cryptographic techniques. The goal of this project is to develop new privacy-preserving authentication techniques for smartphones.
These positions are for two years, and require that the MS students pursue the thesis option. There is no course/project requirement for Undergraduate students. The project will start on September 1, 2016. These positions are open to both US and international students.
We are looking for students who are proficient in one or more of the following topics:
- - Mobile programming
- - Cryptography
- - Machine Learning
- - Biometrics
Students will co-authors papers with the faculty, and present their work at international conferences and workshops.
Under this project, we will provide scholarship and/or tuition waivers to the selected students from National Science Foundation-recommended grant.
- Last update: August 2, 2016