Cadets Present Research to ACM International Conference on Advanced Information Science and System
LEXINGTON, Va., December 7, 2021—Noah Goldsmith ’22 recently presented research completed with John Barker ’22 in the ACM International Conference on Advanced Information Science and System (AISS 2021) hosted in Sanya, China. Guided by Dr. Youna Jung, associate professor of computer information sciences, the cadets were thrilled at the chance to present their work to an international audience.
“I had a wonderful experience,” Barker said. “It was really amazing to be able to go in-depth more about a subject I was interested in and being able to work so closely with Dr. Jung.”
Under Dr. Jung’s direction, the cadets researched trust management solutions for mission-oriented Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
“We are living in a world full of IoT devices deployed at both home and work,” Jung said. “To fully utilize the capabilities and capacities of IoT devices, we need to guarantee trust-based secure collaboration between devices so that IoT devices organize a group and achieve a common goal without any security concerns. However, existing works do not satisfy the needs of the Mission-oriented IoT (MIoT) systems due to lack of consideration of the heterogeneity of devices, the autonomy of devices, the diverse types of collaboration, the cooperability of devices, and so on. In this research, we introduce existing work on trust management models and systems on IoT and address their limitations. To promote future research on MIoT systems, we identify potential issues to be addressed and discuss some challenges. We strongly believe that this work expands the application domain of MIoT to many other areas in the future.”
“We strongly believe that this work expands the application domain of mission-oriented IoT to many other areas in the future,” Jung continued.
The cadets appreciated applying their studies to a real-world problem.
“It was a unique experience to present research in an international conference, and [it] offered me a great experience to use the skills that I have been learning throughout my education,” Goldsmith stated.
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