SEIT Lab (SEcure and Intelligent Things Lab) in Computer Science and Engineering department at Michigan State University is directed by Prof. Qiben Yan. Our mission is to develop and integrate Secure and Intelligent Things in human lives to enrich living experience and foster creative connections for a better world. The lab conducts research on security and privacy issues of wireless network, Internet-of-Things (IoT), with the current emphases on IoT security, wireless and mobile network security, data-driven botnet and mobile malware detection, threat intelligence and attack prevention. Our mission is to build a data-driven secure network infrastructure – including anomaly detection system, intelligent monitoring and analysis system, attack resilient communication system – to manage massive Internet of Things and to provide security add-ons for the modern networks under cyber threats.
Multiple Research Assistant positions available at SEIT Lab @ MSU! If you are interested in Internet-of-Things, AI Applications, Blockchain, Cyber Security, Mobile Systems, Wireless Systems, please email your CV, Transcripts, and Publications (if any) to Prof. Yan. Visiting/exchange scholars and students are also welcome to contact us.
Wireless physical-layer security; IoT device and platform security; Next generation wireless and spectrum security.
Mobile system security; Mobile malware detection; Mobile Apps security analysis; Mobile privacy.
AI security; Blockchain; Cyber Threat Intelligence; Differential privacy.