E-mail: dmadma AT umich DOT edu
Phone: (313) 583 6737
Fax: (313) 593 4256
I am looking for a couple of
motivated PhD students interested in
security research. Please send your resume, transcripts and/or
published research materials to me or drop by my office if you are
already enrolled in CECS PhD program.
Di gave an invited talk on secure autonomous vehicle security in
the IEEE Southeast Michigan Section Fall conference [Apr. 2016].
Di (PI) receives a grant from the UM-Ford Alliance Program
to develop advanced privacy protection algorithms for
connected automotive user experiences. [Mar. 2016]
We receive a grant for secure vehicle firmware update from the National
Highway Traffic Safety Administration
(NHTSA)(with Dr. Andre
Weimerskirch as the PI). [Sept.
Di (PI) receives a grant from the Secure and Trustworthy
Cyberspace (SaTC) program, National Science Foundation (NSF),
to support her work in enhancing pervasive and mobile computing
education with research integration. [Aug. 2014]
Di is a 2014
Scholar. This five-day state
outreach, exposure to the state's
economy, government, culture, educational, health and social issues,
history, and geography, is educational, intriguing, and fun! [May 2014]
I am broadly interested in the
general area of security, privacy,
and applied cryptography. My research spans a wide range of topics,
including computation over authenticated/encrypted data, fine-grained
access control, secure storage systems, wireless network security,
smartphone security and privacy, and so on. My research is supported by
NSF, AFOSR, and Intel.