Sean Peisert

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Photograph of me lecturing at the blackboard (credit: R. Benjamin Shapiro, 2002).


Upcoming events that I'm involved with:

NSPW 2017 (Oct. 2–4, 2017)

S&P 2018 (May 20–24, 2018)

CSET 2018 (Aug. 2018)

S&P 2019 (May 19–23, 2019)

 
 

Research


Network Resilience / SDN Security

This project was originally funded by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratories, and originally focused on mapping and analyzing the qualities of resilient networks. The Lead PI on that project was Celeste Matarazzo. Collaborators included Prof. Sean Peisert, PI at UC Davis, and Prof. Tina Eliassi-Rad, PI at Rutgers University.

The work was also funded for a time by the National Science Foundation, focusing on security of SDN-based networks.

Researchers currently involved:

  • Matt Bishop (PI of NSF funds; UC Davis)
  • Jonathan Ganz (UC Davis)
  • Sean Peisert (Original PI of LLNL funds; UC Davis)

Researchers previously involved:

  • Michael Clifford (Postdoc; UC Davis → DOD)
  • Steven Templeton (UC Davis)

Current sponsor: National Science Foundation ACI/CC-NIE

Past Sponsor: Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Publications resulting from this project:

"Techniques for the Dynamic Randomization of Network Attributes"
Adrian Chavez, William M.S. Stout, and Sean Peisert,
Proceedings of the 49th Annual International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology, Taipei, Taiwan, Republic of China, September 21–24, 2015. [BibTeX] [CDL]


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