ICDT Research Themes
Faculty from around Ohio State collaborate internally and externally to focus on a myriad of research themes. Here are a few of our active and recent pursuits.
View ICDT's recent Autumn 2022 self-submitted summary slides here.
Led by Anish Arora & Zhiqiang Lin
NSF Award# 2018912 - CC*: Integration-Large: POWWOW: Software-Defined Infrastructure for Wireless, Edge Cybersecurity Testbeds
FirmXRay: Detecting Bluetooth Link Layer Vulnerabilities From Bare-Metal Firmware
SelectiveTaint: Efficient Data Flow Tracking With Static Binary Rewriting
Towards Formal Verification of State Continuity for Enclave Programs
CrossLine: Breaking “Security-by-Crash” based Memory Isolation in AMD SEV
Led by Waleed Khalil
NSF Award# 2029461 - EAGER: SARE: Collaborative: Low Energy Secure Wireless Transceivers for IoT Trusted Communications
With $9M in grants, Khalil launches two new cybersecurity research centers with University of Florida | Electrical & Computer Engineering (osu.edu)
STTR: Continued Research and development of Entropy Extraction Devices (EED) Authentication and Key Generation
EAGER: SARE: Collaborative: Low Energy Secure Wireless Transceivers for IoT Trusted Communications
STTR: Enterprise Optimization of UAM Satellite Communications
Led by Qadeer Ahmed
Honda R&D Americas: Security Assurance for Vehicular Systems (Phase 1)
DOE SuperTruck II, PACCAR Inc.: Predictive Powertrain Control for Optimal Hotel Loads Management in a Mild Hybrid Line Haul Truck
ODHE RAPIDS: Autonomous Vehicle Cybersecurity Platform (AVCP) for OSU Cyber Range
NHTSA-VRTC: Develop a metric to measure the improvement in vehicle cybersecurity (Phase 1.1)
Led by Vimal Buck and Ted Allen
ODHE: Ohio cybersecurity initiative for mobility and manufacturing (OCIMM)
NSF Award# 1912166 - EAGER: A Framework For Economical Cyber Security Inspection and Assurance
Methodology for predicting and validating the trustworthiness of robots – Secure America
EAGER: A Framework For Economical Cyber Security Inspection and Assurance
Led by Duane Wegener
Internal project to support risk prioritization and improved educational resources.
RAPID: Quantifying the Downstream Effects of COVID-19 Online Health Information on Risk Perceptions, Decision Making, Policy Preferences, and Preventive Health Behaviors
FactSpread: The COVID Vaccine Campaigns ~ encouraging vaccination through persuasive public service announcements.