Courtesy Appointment in the Institute for Stem Education at Clarkson University.
Details of research here
Volunteer (EMT) with the Potsdam Volunteer Rescue Squad
Journal Article: Our work on localization with incomplete and noisy data has been accepted to the IEEE Internet of Things (IoT) Journal. Preprint.
Journal Article: Our work on undergraduate machine learning education has been accepted to the ASEE Computers in Education Journal. Collaborative work with Prof. Rivera and Prof. Spanias (ASU). Preprint.
NSF RAPID Grant: We received an NSF RAPID award for hotspot detection. Collaborative with Prof. Schuckers, Prof. Tepedelenlioglu (ASU), and Prof. Spanias (ASU). Details of the work are here.
Journal Article: Our work on Keystroke Dynamics has been accepted to the IEEE Transactions on Biometrics, Behavior, and Identity Science (TBIOM). Collaborative with Prof. Hou and Prof. Schuckers. Preprint.
CVPR 2019: We will be at Long Beach, CA, at the Biometrics Workshop at CVPR presenting our work, “Fast Continuous User Authentication using Distance Metric Fusion of Free-text Keystroke Data“.
Journal Article: Our work on estimation and detection as applied to localization has been accepted to Physical Communications (PHYCOM) Journal. Preprint.
New Patent: M.K. Banavar, K.V. Mack, “Localization using wireless signals,” United States Patent 10,117,051, October 30, 2018.
Journal Article: Our work on localization has been accepted to the Sampling Theory in Signal and Image Processing (STSIP) Journal. Collaborative with Jie Sun. Preprint.
Award from Facebook: Our proposal, “Behavioral Biometrics for Post-password Authentication” has been awarded a Facebook “Secure the Internet” grant for $75,000. Collaborative with Daqing Hou and Stephanie Schuckers. More details here.
RAPS Summer 2018: Congratulations to all students who presented at the Summer 2018 RAPS. Special mention to Marcus Griffith, Eric Mercer – Best speaker award; Eric Mercer, Lewis Collum – Best poster award
New Patent: X. Zhang, C. Tepedelenlioglu, M.K. Banavar, A. Spanias, “Distributed location detection in wireless sensor networks,” United States Patent 10,028,085, July 17, 2018.
FIE 2018: Two papers accepted to FIE 2018 in San Jose. (1) Online Machine Learning Experiments in HTML5; (2) Mobile apps for Incorporating Science and Engineering Practices in K-12 STEM Labs