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Privacy and Context Aware IoT Applications

Mercoledì 22 maggio alle 12:00 in aula M1.9, edificio Matematica, Dipartimento FIM, Modena

Relatore: dott. Luca Bedogni

Abstract: Nowadays, mobile devices are daily used with several applications which benefit from a number of information about the user context, such as the position, the activity, or the people she is hanging out with. Also in popular scenarios like IoT and Industry 4.0, information about the context allows for better service personalisation and tailoring. Novel services are constantly developed, although at the same time their use may tamper the user privacy, exposing private information to potentially malicious users. In this talk, we will dive through some of these approaches, which enable novel applications to ease everyday lives, though at the same time evaluating potential privacy risks for the end user. We will conclude by analysing some of the possible countermeasures to bear context awareness while keeping higher privacy levels.

Short bio: Luca Bedogni is Assistant Professor at the University of Bologna, Italy. He received his Bachelor Degree and Master Degree (Summa Cum Laude) in Computer Science from the University of Bologna, Italy. His Master thesis developed a MAC Protocol for Vehicular Ad Hoc Networks (VANETs). 
In 2015, he received the PhD degree from the University of Bologna, with the additional title of “Doctor Europeaus”.
In 2013, he was a visiting researcher at the RWTH Aachen university, working under the supervision of Prof. Petri Mähönen. In 2017, he was a visiting scholar at the University of California, Irvine, working with Prof. Marco Levorato.
He won the best paper award at MOBIWAC 2012 for his paper “DySCO: A DYnamic Spectrum and COntention Control Framework for Enhanced Broadcast Communication in Vehicular Networks”.
He won the best paper award at Med-Hoc-Net 2013 for his paper “Re-estabilishing Network Connectivity in Post-Disaster Scenarios Through Mobile Cognitive Radio Networks”.
He won the best paper award at CANDAR 2014 for his paper “A Collision-Free Contention Protocol Based on Pulse/Tone Signals”.
His research interest span from mobile context aware applications, to privacy issues of mobile services, to IoT applications for heterogeneous devices and Industry 4.0.

Host:
Giacomo Cabri (giacomo.cabri@unimore.it)

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