The Secure Internet of Things Research Program has a weekly research seminar in the winter quarter of 2015. The seminar meets 11AM-Noon on Mondays in Gates 219 (note the location change, it is no longer in Gates 415) and is open to the public. We encourage students who are looking for research topics and ideas to attend. Refreshments (coffee, bagels, etc.) are served. There is a mailing list for announcements.
|January 5||Securing the Internet of Things, Philip Levis|
|January 12||Computing on Encrypted Data - Somewhat Homomorphic Encryption, David Wu|
|January 19||Martin Luther King Day (no meeting)|
|January 26||Cryptographic Computation Systems, Raluca Ada Popa|
|February 2||Beetle: Many-to-Many Bluetooth Communication, Amit Levy|
|February 9||fabryq: Using Phones as Gateways to Program Smart Devices from the Web, Will McGrath|
|February 16||President's Day (no meeting)|
|February 23||Industrial Talk: SAP's Perspective: The Internet of Things & Security, Vivek Kandiyanallur|
|March 2||Industrial Talk: Panasonic , Bryant Eastham|
|March 9||Analytics on Sensor Data, Christopher Ré|
The meeting is in Room 219 of Gates Hall (the computer science building) on Stanford campus. The Stanford Computer Forum has excellent driving and parking directions. Please be aware that finding and paying for parking often takes much longer than first-time visitors expect; budget yourself 30 minutes in case you become lost or the first structure you visit is full.