Using Asymmetric Keys for Securing Vehicle Networks

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Using Asymmetric Keys for Securing Vehicle Networks


Vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) are created by applying the principles of mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) – the spontaneous creation of a wireless network for Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) data exchange – to the domain of vehicles

Needles to add such VANETs require high level of security and privacy. Achieving this thru the use of Asymmetric Multicast Encryption keys is the subject of Ahmad’s research. He will introduce us to all the concepts, issues and ideas, so we can fully grasp both the problems and potential opportunities in this field. With growing application of the Connected Car – this is even more important.



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  • 146 Library Drive
  • Oakland University
  • Rochester, Michigan
  • United States 48309-4479
  • Building: Math & Science Building
  • Room Number: MSC 187
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  • sharan.kalwani@ieee.org 

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  • Co-sponsored by Subramaniam Ganesan
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Ahmad Mansour
Ahmad Mansour of Oakland University

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Using Asymmetric Keys for Securing Vehicle Networks

Vehicular ad hoc networks (VANETs) are created by applying the principles of mobile ad hoc networks (MANETs) – the spontaneous creation of a wireless network for Vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) data exchange – to the domain of vehicles

Needles to add such VANETs require high level of security and privacy. Achieving this thru the use of Asymmetric Multicast Encryption keys is the subject of Ahmad’s research. He will introduce us to all the concepts, issues and ideas, so we can fully grasp both the problems and potential opportunities in this field. With growing application of the Connected Car – this is even more important.

Biography:

Ahmad is a PhD candidate in computer science and informatics at Oakland University. He has an extensive experience in the field of data security including; Cryptography, Steganography, and Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks (VANETs) security and privacy. His current research focuses on Asymmetric/ Symmetric Multicast Cryptography and Key Management for VANETs. He has experience in problem solving and designing, developing, implementing, and testing computer-based software and simulation.

Address:Rochester, Michigan, United States, 48309





Agenda

5:00 PM - Welcome and Introductions, Chapter business update; Pizza, Salad and Soda Pop

5:30 PM - Technical Talk

6:45 PM - End of Technical Talk; Start of Q & A

7:00 PM - Wrap Up 

 



A Joint Oakland University/IEEE Computer Society/Education Society Chapters Presentation, open to all