INCISE: Interference and Coding for Wireless Secrecy

Description

The main goal of the INCISE (Interference and Coding for Wireless Secrecy) project is to advance the state-of-the-art on physical-layer techniques to secure wireless networks under eavesdropper adversaries that aim to overhear unintended information. It is a project that runs in parallel with the NSF-USA project IRES: Practical Physical-layer Security in Coimbra Portugal, providing funding for the Portuguese side.

Researchers

Funded by

FLAD

Partners

University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

Total budget

10 000,00 €

Keywords

wireless, physical-layer security

Start Date

2016-01-01

End Date

2018-08-31