Physical-Layer Security Nils Ole Tippenhauer

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11.05.2020

First exercise released

I published the material for the first exercise, related to SPA from the first lecture. A couple of notes from my side:

 

- You are allowed to work in groups of 2. Please form groups on your side. If you do not have a group and would like to be in one, please... Read more

I published the material for the first exercise, related to SPA from the first lecture. A couple of notes from my side:

 

- You are allowed to work in groups of 2. Please form groups on your side. If you do not have a group and would like to be in one, please use the askbot to announce this, and form groups with others. You can also still change groups in later exercises.

-  I am only giving you ~one week because a) due to delayed start, we otherwise don't have enough time for other content, and b) this first exercise is more about getting you to look into ways to display and analyze signals, and could be solved in around 10 lines of Python code (+ manual interpretation of the figures).

- If you have any questions, please raise them on askbot so that the others can also see them. Don't spoil solutions.

- I did not schedule an online exercise session so far. If you feel there is a need for this, please raise this via askbot and we can organize this.

- Warning: This exercise is building on prior year's exercise, but the solution is not the same. I will check for plagiarism in the submissions.

06.05.2020

First lecture this Friday, via Zoom

We will have the first lecture in Physical-Layer Security this Friday from 12:15 to 13:45 via Zoom (details below). I will upload slides tomorrow evening so that you have them locally as well. Please test you local Zoom setup beforehand, as we won't be able to wait... Read more

We will have the first lecture in Physical-Layer Security this Friday from 12:15 to 13:45 via Zoom (details below). I will upload slides tomorrow evening so that you have them locally as well. Please test you local Zoom setup beforehand, as we won't be able to wait for people to solve their client's issues. I will try to record the lecture as well, but as I have little prior experience, there is no guarantee that this will work out. So please try to join the Zoom session!

https://zoom.us/j/99139237773?pwd=bkxUOUp4dHE5VXZSM0gvR2VScXA3dz09

Meeting ID: 991 3923 7773 Password: 062973

 

Physical-Layer Security

The lecture will take place every Friday from 12.15-13.45pm, starting May 8. Stay tuned for COVID-19 related updates! Most likely, we will have a mix of interactive lectures via Zoom, and prepared videos. In addition, there will be practical exercises using Linux w/ GNUradio and other tools.

This lecture is an advanced lecture in Physical-Layer
Security. Previous knowledge from CySec1 and CySec2, or Security is
recommended. While the lecture will touch physical-layer concepts such
as (wireless) signals, no background in that area is assumed. The
lecture will cover thee main topic areas: attacks (and
countermeasures) that leverage physical channels (e.g., side-channel
attacks), attacks (and countermeasures) involving wireless
communications (e.g., jamming, manipulation, and forwarding), and
security for cyber-physical systems (such as industrial control
systems).

The lecture will be complemented by 6 exercises (details TBD). Due to related effort, this course can only accommodate up to 40 students.



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