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Summer 2016 REU SITE of Florida International University Research Experience

SURF THE WAVES with ASSET: Advanced Secured Sensor Enabling Technologies

Funded by NSF and DoD (PIs: Pissinou and Iyengar)

The Summer 2016 REU SITE of Florida International University Research Experience for Undergraduates in Advanced Secured Sensor Enabling Technologies spans ten weeks, May 27-July 22, 2016, offers research and professional development opportunities for 10 undergraduate students.

Available research projects share the theme of advanced secured sensor enabling technologies and span several exciting areas such as
    * Trajectory Privacy Preservation in Mobile Sensor Networks,
    * Privacy & Secure Social Sensor Networks,
    * Mobile Video Authenticity Verifications
    * Search Rank Validation for Social Media
    * A Software Library for Visualizing Large Scale Sensor Network Applications,
    * Trajectory Sensor Stream Cleaning,
    * Resource Management for Security & Surveillance over a Sensor Network,
    * Self-configuring, non-cooperative Mobile Sensors and many others

Why REU at FIU? 
Students will be paid $5,000 for doing some cutting-edge research! 

  • Students will work with world-renowned faculty. 
  • Out-of-town students are provided with campus housing, meal stipend and travel expenses. 
  • Students will work on cutting-edge research in the area of Advanced Secure Sensor Enabling Technologies, in team-oriented projects where each student gets to learn from his or her team-mates and building critical social interaction and communication skills. 
  • Provide students with a collegial partnership experience with faculty and peers. 
  • Improve oral and written comprehension and communication of technical knowledge. 
  • Spark an interest in continuing relevant research in graduate. 
  • And of course, students will spend a summer in Miami with its excellent Beaches and warm waters

Details about REU-ASSET including an online application, can be found at

The application deadline is April 5, 2016 or until positions are filled.


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