[Busec] ECE seminar on automotive security

Sharon Goldberg goldbe at cs.bu.edu
Wed Oct 26 12:19:08 EDT 2016


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Subject: [cs-talks] ECE Seminar Speaker, Chung-Wei Lin, Friday
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Chung-Wei Lin

*Design Framework and Evolutional Architecture for Next-Generation
Connected Vehicles*

Researcher
*Toyota InfoTechnology Center*
*Date: *Oct. 28, 2016 (Fri.), 1:30 pm
*Location: *8 St. Mary’s St., PHO 339
*Faculty Host:* Wenchao Li
Light refreshments will be available outside of PHO 339 at 1:15 pm.


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*Abstract:*
Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS), autonomous functions, and
connected applications bring a revolution to automotive systems and
software. In this talk, I will introduce several ongoing research topics in
the domain of automotive systems and software: (1) a design-stage framework
for connected applications with an emphasis on timing and security, (2) a
flexible and customizable plug-and-play platform which supports
installations, updates, or activations of applications before driving or
even during driving, and (3) a certification protocol which certifies
outsourced software but keeps source codes confidential. Current
achievements and research challenges will be covered in the talk.




*Speaker Bio:*
Chung-Wei Lin is a researcher at Toyota InfoTechnology Center. He received
the B.S. degree in computer science and the M.S. degree in electronics
engineering from National Taiwan University. He received the Ph.D. degree
in electrical engineering and computer sciences from University of
California, Berkeley. His research includes design and analysis of
automotive systems, security of automotive systems, and electronic design
automation. He has published more than 30 papers in major conferences and
journals. He serves as an Automotive Committee member of Design Automation
Conference (DAC) and TPC members of DAC, ASP-DAC, SIES, and other
conferences.
















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