Carnegie Mellon University

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Visible to the public Designed-In Security for Mobile Architectures

Abstract:

Mobile applications--both native and web-based--are a critical emerging segment of the software industry, and security for these applications is of increasing concern. Unfortunately, today's mobile applications are expressed at a low level of abstraction in which important security properties are implicit and only indirectly related to code, making assurance difficult.

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Visible to the public Security Reasoning For Distributed Systems with Uncertainties

The project team includes Andre' Platzer who is an assistant professor in the computer science department at Carnegie Mellon University. He is an expert in verification and analysis of hybrid, distributed, and stochastic dynamic systems, including cyber-physical systems. The team further includes Erik P. Zawdzki, who is a fourth year graduate student in the computer science department at Carnegie Mellon University and is developing reasoning techniques for first-order MILPs and fast propositional solvers for probabilistic model counting.