Stanford Secure Internet of Things Project
2017 Retreat: June 13-14, Santa Cruz

The Secure Internet of Things Research Program held its annual research retreat on June 13-14, 2017. The event took place at Chaminade Resort and Spa in the Santa Cruz mountains and consisted of a mixture of talks, debate, and discussion between faculty, students, industrial affiliates, and guests on securing the Internet of Things.

This retreat focused on research results from the past year, with Ph.D. students presenting their work. There was a lunchtime poster session, previewed by a lightning talk session. The tradition of holding a debate continued; the debate was after lunch, between Dan Boneh and Keith Winstein, who debated the resolution that "SGX [a security technology in recent Intel processors] will make IoT applications more secure and safer." Research presentations focused on 4 topics: data processing, secure networks, platforms, and tools for Making.


8:30-9:00 Breakfast
9:00-9:15 Welcome and state of the IoT, Steve Eglash
9:15-9:30 Research overview, Philip Levis
9:30-9:50 ASAP: Automatic smoothing for attention prioritization in time series visualization, Kexin Rong
9:50-10:10< WAVE: Authorization for IoT via smart contracts, Michael Andersen
10:10-10:30 Break
10:30-10:50 Bark: Default-off communication and access control for the IoT, James Hong
10:50-11:10 Trust but verify: auditing the secure Internet of Things, Judson Wilson
11:10-11:30 Privacy, discovery, and authentication for the Internet of Things, David Wu
11:30-12:30 Research poster session with fast forward introductions (<1m each)
12:30-1:15 Lunch
1:15-2:00 Debate, Dan Boneh and Keith Winstein, SGX will make IoT applicationsmore secure and safer
2:00-2:20 Safely and efficiently multiprogramming a 64 kB computer, Amit Levy
2:20-2:40 The Signpost platform for city-scale sensing, Josh Adkins
2:40-3:00 Salsify: Better videoconferencing by rethinking the interface between the video codec and transport protocol Sadjad Fouladi
3:00-3:15 Break
3:15-3:35 Bifröst: An interface for visualizing and debugging the behavior of embedded systems, Will McGrath
3:35-4:55 Turning coders into makers: The promise of embedded design generation, Richard Lin
3:55-4:15 Fluent, flexible CNC-based fabrication, Dawson Engler
4:15-5:00 Feedback and discussion