Demo Day

 

Industry wants new solutions and Georgia Tech has them

Each year, students are invited to compete before venture capitalists and industry leaders at the Institute for Information Security & Privacy's "Demo Day." Students bring initial research ideas to the fall Georgia Tech Cyber Security Summit, where public vote determines which projects are invited back in the Spring. Students return six months later at the Demo Day Finale for a TED-style talk about their developing project. A panel of business leaders and investors from across the United States advise students about future considerations for commercialization. Student research with the best chance of commercialization or demonstrating the most impact toward resolving an information security need receives a cash prize.

"The Institute for Information Security & Privacy wants to move good ideas to market," says Wenke Lee, co-director. "We know industry leans on academic researchers to raise new ideas and we lean on industry to take solutions to the public. Our hope is that by introducing students to business mentors early in the research timeline that we can help them naturally build productive relationships and reduce time to market. All students participating in Demo Day will benefit from the insight and critique of those closest to industry needs today."

 

Spring '17 IISP Demo Day Finale

Thursday, April 13
4:00 - 6:00 p.m.

Klaus Advanced Computing Building, KACB #1116 E-W
266 Ferst Drive, Atlanta

 

 
Join us when these student finalists compete for cash:
 

Marie Le Pichon
School of Computer Science
"Requirements Identification for IRB Protocols: The Challenges of Ubiquitous Computing and the Emergent Properties of Big Data"

Tianxin Tang
School of Computer Science
"Keyless Fuzzy Search for Data-based Access Control"

Rob Callan and Farnaz Behrang
School of Electrical & Computer Engineering and School of Computer Science
"Malware Detection Using Unintentional Electromagnetic Emanations"

Monjur Alam, Alireza Nazari and Nader Sehatbakhsh
School of Computer Science
"Spectral Profiling & Monitoring: An Observer-effect-free Method for Profiling and Dynamic Malware Detection"

David Formby
School of Electrical & Computer Engineering
"Under Control: Techniques for Securing Industrial Control Systems"

 

 

 

Thank you to all who participated in the Fall '16 IISP Demo Day at the 14th Annual Georgia Tech Cyber Security Summit!

Taimour Wehbe, ECE
"Detecting Hardware Trojan Attacks on Chip Inputs Using Physiological Features"


Nagendra Posani, INFS
"Automatic Generation of Compact Alphanumeric Shellcodes for x86"


Qi Zhang, CS
"Tenants Attested Trusted Cloud Service"


Kangjie Lu, CS
"UniSan"


Nader Sehatbakhsh and Alireza Nazari, CS
"Spectral Profiling: Observer-Effect-Free Profiling by Monitoring EM Emanations"


Rob Callan and Farnaz Behrang, ECE and CS
"Malware Detection Using Unintentional Electromagnetic Emanations"


Lei Yu, CS
"Dynamic Differential Location Privacy"


David Formby, ECE
"Under Control: Techniques for Securing Industrial Control Systems"


Athanasios Kountouras, CS and ECE
"Enabling Network Security through Active DNS Datasets"


M. Yusuf Ozkaya, CS
"Trust as a Service: A Trust Management Evaluation Framework"


Ravi Prakash Giri, INFS
"Cache-based Side-Channel Attacks on AES"


Bharat Srinivasan, CS
"IntelliX: A Cross-Channel Intelligence Platform to Protect Enterprise Assets and Brand Reputation"


Chaz Lever, CS
"Where the Insecure Things"


Yeongjin Jang, CS
"The Autonomous Malware Laboratory"


Marie Le Pichon, CS
"Requirements Identification for IRB Protocols: The Challenges of Ubiquitous Computing and the Emergent Properties of Big Data"


Tianxin Tang, CS
"Keyless Fuzzy Search for Data-based Access Control"