The ASSET (Automated Systems SEcuriTy) Research Group at the Singapore University of Technology and Design does focused
research to enhance the safety, security and efficiency of Hardware/Software Systems.
We are always looking for researchers at all levels (Bachelor, Masters, PhD) to enrich the scientific activities in the group. For Post-doc positions, take a look at the individual research projects for opening. If you wish to join our group, contact Sudipta Chattopadhyay email: firstname.lastname@example.org directly with your CV.
NEW: Seven new CVEs assigned (CVE-2019-16336, CVE-2019-17060, CVE-2019-17061, CVE-2019-17517, CVE-2019-17518, CVE-2019-17519, CVE-2019-17520) and more waiting to show how to cause havoc in wireless systems (currently undisclosed for confidentiality). If you are in a "smart" nation, then you are almost certainly at risk (drive slow and do not get sick). Watch this space on 9th February, 2020 when we disclose the exploits and the details.
Yee Ching wins the Cybersecurity award
in the professional category organised by the Association of Information Security Professionals (AiSP) and supported
by Cyber Security Agency (CSA). He is also featured in the
Well done and congratulations Yee Ching!! We are proud to have you here.
Chundong Wang from our group will join
as a tenure-track Assistant Professor at the
ShanghaiTech University from early 2020.
Chundong was one of the first members to join our group and he has made extremely valuable
contributions to the ASSET group research. While we will certainly miss Chundong, at the same
time, we are extremely proud of his achievements and will look forward to his research
as he moves on to the next level of his career.
NEW: Detailed descriptions of the CVEs discovered through our work on over-the-air fuzzing released now. Please check them out here (News coverage: Packt, Hacker News, HackaDay, medium): CVE-2019-12586, CVE-2019-12587 and CVE-2019-12588. Follow the discussions at Hacker News or HackaDay and use the proof-of-concept code from here to have fun.
Quoting a user from Hacker News: "It [ESP8266] is a Wi-Fi enabled microcontroller locally designed and produced
in china with a "100 million units sold" target. It is widely used by the makers community and by many new
"smart" products. I would say that this has a really large scale impact and a lot of people will need to
update the firmware".
Get back to us if you have further queries.
NEW: Several post-doctoral positions open in all software security projects. Background in any of the following areas are welcome to apply: Software Security, Software Verification and Testing, Embedded Systems, Machine Learning, Formal Methods, Wireless Network. Take a look at our projects and publications for details and contact me directly with your CV if interested.
NEW: One research assistant position (Bachelor or Masters degree holder) is open for the IoT Wireless Security project. Candidates with interest in any of the areas are welcome to apply: Networking, Systems Security and Software Engineering. Strong programming skills are expected. Contact me directly with your CV.
We are looking for two PhD students to work on Safety and Security for Artificial Intelligence and Machine
The student must hold a Singapore Citizenship
or Permanent Residency. The position offers attractive scholarship and a collaboration with Industry Partner
For details about the scholarship and the offer, interested candidates can email Sudipta Chattopadhyay with your résumé with the subject "PhD AI/ML Security position".
We look forward to your applications!!
Securing systems against side-channel attacks. One post-doc position open in this project starting Oct, 2019.
Validation and Verification of AI/ML-based Systems. Three (3) post-doc positions open in this project starting as soon as possible.
IIoT Wireless Security Testing and Countermeasures. One post-doc position open in this project starting as soon as possible.
Validation, Verification and Optimization of Software and Systems Performance.