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COMPUTER SECURITY & PRIVACY LABORATORY CSPL OPENINGS TEACHING PUBLICATION MEMBERS PROJECTS
Computer Security & Privacy Laboratory
Computer Security & Privacy Laboratory

The CSPL Group at the Washington University in St. Louis works on research problems in the general area of computer system security. We push the frontiers of computer science, computer engineering, and healthcare. Some of our latest works focus on system security and cyber-physical security.

Research Interests

System Security

Secure execution environment
Architecture side-channel
Blockchain

AI Security

Trustworthy AI
Big data privacy
Software vulnerability discovery

CPS/IoT Security

Security in safety critical system
Cyber resiliency in IoT
Analog attacks on CPS sensors
News
- Our work on real-time availability is accepted at IEEE S&P (Oakland) 22, IEEE/RJS IROS 22, IEEE RTSS 22.
- Our work on adversarial voice is accepted at ACM CCS 22 and Usenix Security 23.
- Our work on physical security and privacy is accepted at ACM CCS 22 and IEEE/ACM ICCAD 22.
- We joined COVID-19 CTI League to help to defend against cyber threats on life-saving sectors.
- Congratulations to Ruide for defending his PhD dissertation and joining ByteDance/TikTok full-time.
- Our CTF team won both STLCyberCon CTF and STLCyberCup Hackathon [News]

- Congratulations to Ruide Zhang for winning the runner-up award for the Confidential Computing Challenge (C3) by Google and Intel [Press]
- Congratulations to Ryan Xu for winning the first place in the Deloitte CTF challenge [News]