We are delighted to have Chinnu George for our Wednesday research seminar. Ms. Chinnu will present her research on “A Scalable Correlation clustering strategy in Location Privacy for Wireless Sensor Networks against a Universal Adversary”.
Wednesday ResearchSeminar Series
We are pleased to invite you to our Wednesday Research Seminar. It will be held online on 28 October from 4pm via Microsoft team platform.
Wednesday Research Seminar Series was launched in 2008, and has featured more than 280 presentations to date. The seminars provide a forum for researchers to share their work. Presenters include faculty from Middlesex University Dubai and other universities in the United Arab Emirates, as well as researchers from other global institutions. Chinnu will deliver seminar on:
“A Scalable Correlation clustering strategy in Location Privacy for Wireless Sensor Networks against a Universal Adversary”
Chinnu George and Sharon Luke Babu
Wireless network sensors are outsized number of pocket sized sensors deployed in the area under surveillance. The sensor network is very sensitive to unattended and remote Environment with a wide variety of applications in the agriculture, health, industry. There are lots of challenges being faced with respect to the energy, mobility, security. Suppose we take the scenario of the panda – hunter where in sensors are being deployed in the forest to monitor the endangered pandas. The adversary is quite efficient to monitor the panda and capture the panda. The research presents with regard to the context based surrounding information which has location privacy to the source node against an adversary who sees the network at a whole so a correlation strategy is proposed for providing the privacy.
Ms. Chinnu George is a lecturer in Computer Engineering and Informatics department at Middlesex University Dubai. Ms. Chinnu’s career excellence at Middle East kicked off from University of West London, RAK. She has delivered several Faculty development program associated with Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme of Government of India (TEQIP). She has won awards for research excellence while working with UWL, RAK. She has also worked as Research Associate with Defense Research and Development Organization (DRDO), Bangalore, India. Ms. Chinnu was assigned as the Regional Head- Goa as Campus Connector of “Infosys” which is a leading MNC that offers business consultancy, IT and other outsourcing services. Her career started as Assistant Professor with Don Bosco College of Engineering (DBCE), Goa, India. While working with DBCE, Goa she has received youngest faculty award 2017. She works in the areas of Wireless sensor networks, Mobile communication and data governance.