AutoKEY: Wireless Channel-based Autonomous Key Management for the IoT
Aug 02, 2016
Physical layer security (PHYSEC) is a promising approach for autonomous key distribution and management in the IoT and ubiquitously connected systems. PHYSEC exploits the intrinsic randomness and reciprocity of the radio channel between several nodes to establish cryptographic keys in a ...
5GNOW ‑ 5th Generation Non-Orthogonal Waveforms for Asynchronous Signaling
conducted at the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute.
COIN: Generalized MaxWeight Algorithms over Non-Convex Rate Regions in Wireless Networks with Multiple Antennas
The holy grail of network information theory is to compute the capacity region of wireless networks: however, it is questionable whether this goal can be achieved soon. Therefore, information theorists and communication engineers increasingly favor simpler but more realistic goals, such as finding ...
FANTASTIC-5G ‑ F lexible Air iNTerfAce for Scalable service delivery wiThin wIreless Communication networks of the 5th Generation , EU H2020-ICT-2014-2 Budget: 7.99 Million Euro, until end 2017 Website : http://www.fantastic5g.eu/ LinkedIn group : FANTASTIC-5G (>464 members) ...
Jun 05, 2017
The provision of a “5G Advanced” (pro) evolved air interface solution, optimized with an E2E perspective, is the focus of this project proposal called ONE5G (E2E-aware Optimizations and advancements for the Network Edge of 5G New Radio). The overall goal towards which ONE5G will strive is to ...
PROPHYLAXE ‑ Providing Physical Layer Security for the Internet of Things
conducted at the Fraunhofer Heinrich Hertz Institute
Jan 24, 2017
Summary: PhasmaFOOD is an EU-funded H2020 project that represents a strong consortium of nine leading food security, sensing technologies and information technology stakeholders in Europe. PhasmaFOOD is working on the development, demonstration and exploitation of a miniaturized smart integrated system that will be able to detect food hazards, spoilage and food fraud through heterogeneous micro-scale photonics. The connected device will be integrated with a parameterized, knowledge-based, software architecture for on-the-spot food quality sensing and shelf-life prediction. AG-COMM contributes to this project with their expertise in Compressed Sensing, Machine Learning and image processing and is an integral part of the project's software development team, providing the machine learning backend, cloud platform functionality and algorithms for image compression and classification.
RACOON: Waveform design for Machine Type Communications
Waveform design for Machine Type Communications is a joint international project with Korea. <More deails to appear soon>
Sep 14, 2017
SecureFog is a comprehensive research project that aims to develop, evaluate and implement security solutions ( algorithms, protocols, APIs) for the Fog layer. The core concept of the Fog layer is to extend the functionalities of the Cloud closer to the end devices to handle the volume, variety, and velocity of IoT data. The project is to offer innovative hardware and software based security mechanism to ensure data integrity, anonymity and authenticity based on the prior research knowledge and experiences with Physical Unclonable Functions, and Physical Layer Security. The proof-of-concept of these novel ideas has been already demonstrated through ongoing BMBF project PROPHYLAXE. The envisioned tasks are to be cooperatively executed by partners from FU Berlin, PHYSEC GmbH, azeti networks, and TU Berlin. In all, SecureFog targets to build scalable, and flexible security solutions keeping in mind to meet practical requirements for the logistic sector and IoT market.