Monthly Archives: July 2014
We welcome Sam Jaeschke, who has joined CDIT to complete his Honours year research project. Sam work will extend our earlier work on micro-architectural side-channel attacks. Past research has demonstrated that Intel X86 processors are vulnerable to the FLUSH+RELOAD side-channel attack. The attack allows malicious virtual machine to recover secret information from a victim virtual machine […]
Our paper, An Architecture for Identifying Emergent Behavior in Multi-Agent Systems has been accepted for publication at AAMAS 2014! Abstract: Multi-agent systems exhibit unexpected, emergent behavior as a result of the complexity of agent behaviors and their interactions. Despite significant research interest in the past decades, computational methods to identify and analyze emergence as it happens […]
Book Chapter: A model driven engineering method for DRE defense systems performance analysis and prediction
An extended description of our performance modelling framework has been accepted for publication as part of a forthcoming book, Industry and Research Perspectives on Embedded System Design (IGI Global). K. Falkner, V. Chiprianov, N. Falkner, C. Szabo and G. Puddy, A Model Driven Engineering Method for DRE Defence Systems Performance Analysis and Prediction. In Industry […]
CDIT has a range of projects available for students undertaking projects in Semester 2, whether you are studying the BCS(Advanced) or Masters of CS/Honours. Please review the projects page for more details!