ECE PhD student Mohammad Khavari-Tavana won the best paper award at the 35th IEEE International Conference on Computer Design (ICCD).
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- PhD, Princeton University, 2004. Joined Northeastern in 2011.
- 2015 COE Faculty Fellow
- National Science Foundation CAREER Award
- P. Luo, K. Athanasiou, Y. Fei, T. Wahl, Algebraic Fault Analysis of SHA-3, IEEE Design, Automation and Test in Europe Conference & Exhibition, Lausanne, Switzerland, 2017
- Z. Juang, Y. Fei, D.R. Kaeli, A Novel Side-Channel Timing Attack on GPUs, ACM Great Lake Symposium on VLSI, 2017
- B. Jiang, Y. Fei, A PHEV Power Managment Cyber-Physical System for On-Road Applications, IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technolgy, 66(7), 2017, 5797-5807
- C. Luo, Y. Fei, A.A. Ding, Side-Channel Power Analysis of XTS-AES, IEEE Design, Automation & Test in Europe, Lausanne, Switzerland, 2017
- B. Jiang, Y. Fei, Vehicle Speed Prediction by Two-Level Data Driven Models in Vehicular Networks, IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transport Systems, 18(7), 2017, 1793-1801
- Y. Han, Y. Fei, A.A. Ding, Stochastic MAC Protocol with Randomized Power Control for Underwater Sensor Networks, IEEE International Conference on Sensing, Communication and Networking, London, UK, 2016
Yunsi Fei received her BS and MS degrees in Electronic Engineering from Tsinghua University, China in 1997 and 1999, respectively, and her PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University in 2004. She was a faculty member at University of Connecticut until Sept. 2011 when she joined the faculty of Northeastern University. She is presently a professor of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Northeastern. Her research and educational activities have been in the area of Computer Engineering, spanning energy-efficient embedded system design and optimization, secure computer architecture and systems, adaptive networking for underwater sensor networks, etc. She was a recipient of NSF CAREER award.
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