Privacy quantization in Ubiquitous Computing
Privacy is one of the areas of security with tradeoffs in ubiquitous computing and tends to a difficult, yet necessary, design issue in such dynamic environments. Context and social nuances contribute to creating privacy for the user, making it a meta-property. Developers currently incorporate little support in designing frameworks that help end-users manage their privacy easily. This project focuses on developing a scheme for introducing granularity of user privacy in context-aware systems deployed in ubiquitous computing, and aims to make perception of privacy intuitive for the user, yet allowing the scheme to be adept in resolving context.
Smart Patient Monitoring Systems in Assisted Healthcare
This project focuses on developing smart monitoring systems deployed in an assisted healthcare environment to monitor patients, and also improve the quality of life of the inmates and caregivers by interfacing with heterogeneous sensors and devices in the environment.