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The separation of channel coefficients is a time-consuming operation. In this thesis project, we are going to explore the suitability of deep neural networks (DNNs) to speed up a specific PHY-related optimization task.

Every day new cyber security vulnerabilities are discovered and reported, which indicate weak security standards adapted by websites. The main aim of a hacker is to steal sensitive information by exploiting these vulnerabilities. The information and data compromised can be very costly and damaging for an organization. Hence, due to ever evolving tactics of the hackers and the changing cyber threat landscape, it is very important for an organization to be aware of the security vulnerabilities.

Until now, most of the work which is done allows to discover the vulnerabilities in web applications and anticipate the vulnerabilities exploits. Different techniques are used in this regard, including machine learning, evaluating inter-module relationships, and application of data analytics. All of these approaches have a common goal, which is to discover existing and new vulnerabilities and predict them for future. Some solutions consider evaluating the application code by performing static or dynamic analysis and finding vulnerabilities. However, a very critical question in this whole scenario arises, as to what we can do after a vulnerability is discovered? How to find similar vulnerabilities in the system and share this information with others for proactive resolution of the vulnerabilities? In this regard, data analysis of security vulnerabilities can provide a wealth of information. It can provide efficient vulnerability assessment by analyzing the existing vulnerability data.

IoT Web Security

Master Thesis

Fitbit Security

Master Thesis

Beam-steering is the backbone of millimeter-wave (mm-wave) networks and key to achieve data-rates of multiple gigabit per second. Nodes must steer their antennas so that they maximize the signal gain towards the intended communication partner. The state-of-the-art to find the best antenna configuration is to probe all possible antenna configurations. This process caused high overhead, especially in case of mobility when parameters must be adjusted continuously.

Prof. Dr.-Ing. Matthias Hollick

Technische Universität Darmstadt
Department of Computer Science
Secure Mobile Networking Lab 

Mornewegstr. 32 (S4/14)
64293 Darmstadt, Germany

Phone: +49 6151 16-25472
Fax: +49 6151 16-25471

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