Applications are open! The application deadline is March 2nd, for the 2020 Summer period.

Florida International University’s “Security of Smart Things” program as part of the National Science Foundation’s “Research Experience for Undergraduates” was established in 2015. The project was renewed for another 3 years starting from Summer 2018. This REU summer program will engage 8 undergraduate students with research activities regarding the security of smart things every summer at the Advanced Wireless Security (ADWISE) Research Lab and the Cyber-Physical Systems Security Lab (CSL) at the Engineering Center of Florida International University in beautiful South Florida. The program is sponsored by the National Science Foundation.

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All-New Bachelor of Science in Internet of Things

The internet of things is changing the way we work, live and play. By 2020, there will be over 20 billion IoT devices, more commonly known as smart devices. FIU is the first in the nation to offer a bachelor of science degree in the internet of things.

Connect U: FIU offers students specialized training in smart devices

We take for granted that our smartphone can communicate with our car and even our house, and it takes special computer experts to make that happen. […]

FIU to offer first Internet of Things degree in US

Smart devices connect to the internet so they can talk to each other and share information. That’s how Alexa, Amazon’s voice-activated personal assistant, orders more toothpaste or checks the local weather report.  […]

Experts talk cyberattacks on business, lead live ‘hack’

As part of the event, Selcuk Uluagac, assistant professor at the College of Engineering & Computing and director of the Cyber-Physical Systems Security Lab, led three cybersecurity demonstrations. […]

Guard your Gadgets

Professor Selcuk Uluagac, a faculty member in the ECE Department and director of the Cyber-Physical Systems Security Lab, discusses how to protect your devices […]

Dangers of Unsecured Surveillance Cameras

Surveillance camera systems at homes and businesses are being hacked into and broadcast live on the Internet. […]