Stanford Secure Internet of Things Project
2019 Retreat: June 17-18, Santa Cruz

The Secure Internet of Things Research Program will hold its final annual research retreat on June 17-18, 2019. The event is at Chaminade Resort and Spa in the Santa Cruz mountains. It will consist of a mixture of talks, debate, and discussion between faculty, students, industrial affiliates, and guests on securing the Internet of Things.

This retreat will combine research results from the past year with an overview of everything accomplished over the past 5 years as well as predictions on where IoT security is heading. The event starts on Monday evening with a lighting talk session on student posters, followed by an informal poster session and dinner, providing plenty of time and opportunity for people to discuss recent results. Tuesday consists of a full day program of research presentations, an invited talk from industry, and faculty presentations on the state and future of the field.

Monday, 6/17

5:00-6:00 Registration/Reception
6:00-6:30 Poster lightning talks
6:30-10:00 Dinner and poster session

Tuesday 6/18

8:00-9:00 Breakfast
9:00-9:15 Welcome, Philip Levis
9:15-9:45 True2F: Backdoor-resistant authentication tokens, Emma Dautermann
9:45-10:15 Dynamic Multi-Clock Management with Power Clocks, Amit Levy
10:15-10:45 Private Video Analytics as a Cloud Service, Rishabh Poddar
10:45-11:15 Break
11:15-12:00 A Modular Platform for Nanopower Computing, Pat Pannuto
12:00-1:00 Lunch
1:00-2:00 Embedded Networking and Security in Consumer Devices: A Five Year Retrospective, Robert Szewczyk (Nest Labs)
2:00-2:30 JEDI: Many-to-Many End-to-End Encryption and Key Delegation for IoT, Sam Kumar
2:30-3:00 Finding Bugs in Very Good Code, Fraser Brown
3:00-3:30 Break
3:30-4:00 Real-world IoT Deployment and Recent DDoS Attacks, Zakir Durumeric
4:00-4:45 IoT Security: Past, Present, and Future, Philip Levis
4:45- Closing and cake