Speaker: Prof. Axel Krings (University of Idaho, US)
Title: Recent advances in fault tolerance theories for network systems
Time:October 2 (Tuesday) 2018, 15: 00pm
Venue:Conference 237, KIZ main campus
Everyone is welcome!
Introduction of the speaker
Axel Krings received his doctorate (1993) and master's (1991) degrees in computer science from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln, a Dipl. Ing. (1982) in electrical engineering from the FH-Aachen, Germany, and joined the University of Idaho Computer Science faculty in 1995. His research interests are in the area of reliability, survivability, fault tolerance and security of computer networks.The research, which has been funded by DoT, DoE, DoD, NIST and CNRS, has led to over 100 peer-reviewed journal and conference publications. Current research, funded by DoT, focuses on the development of algorithms and analysis mechanisms for surviving attacks on vehicular ad hoc networks (VANET), as well as designing inherently attack-resilient control systems.
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