Over Spring Break, associate professor Yanchao Zhang from the School of Electrical, Computer and Energy Engineering traveled to Arlington, Virginia, to chair the 2015 National Science Foundation Workshop on Wireless Security.

Yanchao Zhang

Yanchao Zhang

The workshop brought together researchers and program managers in multiple fields, including those from the NSF, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and Army Research Office (ARO), for an in-depth scientific discussion and debate on the critical challenges facing wireless cyberspace.

The outcome of the workshop will be a report that clearly identifies major research challenges in wireless security, exposes the research community to new and exciting interdisciplinary research problems, and articulates a vision of conducting fundamental and interdisciplinary research in wireless security. The workshop was co-chaired by Yanchao Zhang and professor Wade Trappe from Rutgers University, and ASU is the leading institution.

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