Stanford Secure Internet of Things Project
2016 Retreat: June 27-28, Half Moon Bay

The Secure Internet of Things Research Program held its second annual research retreat on June 27-28, 2015. The event consisted of a mixture of talks, debate, and discussion between faculty, students, industrial affiliates, and guests. The day began with a series of short talks by faculty to give an overview of results from the past year and one detailed talk by a graduating PhD student, followed by a poster session beginning with lightning talks by students to highlight their work. The middle of the day was a debate on the tradeoff between threats to privacy and societal benefit of the Internet of Things, followed by talks on other emerging technologies that may come to interact with the Internet of Things in unforeseen ways. The day concluded with a brief overview of three research projects planned for the next year and feedback from attendees.


8:30-9:00 Breakfast
9:00-9:10 Welcome and introductions
9:10-9:30 Research Summary: Gateways, Keith Winstein
9:30-9:50 Research Summary: 20 Year Security, Dan Bonehr
9:50-10:10 Research Summary: Programming and Hardware/Software Synthesis, Mark Horowitz
10:10-10:40 Research Details: Sensing Systems for Sustainable Buildings , Brad Campbell
10:40-11:00 Research poster fast forward introductions (<1m each)
11:00-12:00 Research poster session
12:00-1:00 Lunch
1:00-2:00 Point/Counter-point: Societal benefit vs. privacy costs, Philip Levis and Björn Hartmann
2:00-2:30 Break
2:30-2:50 Future domains: database streams (Peter Bailis)
this work is currently under blind submission; we'll put the slides up once it can be made public
2:50-3:10 Future domains: human-centric applications (Eric Paulos)
3:10-3:30 Future domains: drones (Niels Joubert)
3:30-3:45 Research directions for next year
3:45-4:30 Feedback and discussion
4:30- Social