Cyber-Physical Systems and Security (CyPhy) Lab
where we turn "sci-fi" into reality
Welcome to Cyber-Physical Systems and Security (CyPhy) Lab! Currently, our lab consists of members from both EE Department at Yonsei University as well as CS Department at National University of Singapore.
연세대학교 공과대학 전기전자공학부 사이버-물리 시스템 및 보안 연구실 방문을 환영합니다.
CyPhy Lab (pronounced as "Sci-Fi") -- previously known as SENSG at NUS -- is directed by Prof. Jun Han. The lab focuses on various aspects of sensing systems and security/privacy of mobile, embedded, and wireless systems. The lab also studies related issues in emerging technologies including drones, electric scooters, truck platooning and other vehicular applications, as well as other IoT and CPS.
Looking for motivated students!
I am hiring new graduate students (M.S./Ph.D. students), undergraduate interns, and post-doctoral researchers. I am looking for motivated and passionate students to work on exciting research projects! Please contact me if you are interested.
세계를 선도하는 최고 수준 연구에 참여하고 싶으신 분들은 (학부/석사/박사/포닥) 연락 바랍니다. ** 연구실 소개 자료 보기 **
(NEW) Bangjie's, Kanav's, and Gyuyeon's paper, "Testing Masks and Air Filters With Your Smartphones" is (conditionally) accepted at ACM SenSys'23.
(NEW) Rui's and Soundarya's paper, "MagTracer: Detecting GPU Cryptojacking Attacks via Magnetic Leakage Signals" is accepted and will appear at ACM MobiCom'23.
(NEW) Our paper in collaboration with University of Michigan, Northeastern University, and Georgia Tech titled, "Characterizing and Mitigating Touchtone Eavesdropping in Smartphone Motion Sensors", is accepted and will appear at RAID'23.
(NEW) Jun is serving on the TPC of several top mobile/sensing systems conferences including ACM MobiSys'23 and ACM SenSys'23. He is also serving on the TPC of other well as reputable venues including ACM HotMobile'23 and ACM/IEEE IoTDI'23.
(NEW) Jonghyuk's, Gyuyeon's and Soundarya's poster, "RampScope: Ramp-level Localization of Shared Mobility Devices using Sidewalk Ramps" won the Best Poster Award at ACM HotMobile'23. This poster accompanies our paper also presented at HotMobile'23.
Jonghyuk's, Gyuyeon's and Soundarya's paper, "RampScope: Ramp-level Localization of Shared Mobility Devices using Sidewalk Ramps" is accepted and will appear at ACM HotMobile'23.
Our paper in collaboration with University of Maryland College Park titled, "ThermWare: Towards Side-channel Defense for Tiny IoT Devices", is accepted and will appear at ACM HotMobile'23.
Sihun's and Yuri's poster, "Poster: Tap-the-Fat: Body Fat Percentage Estimation using Acoustic Responses to Vibration Stimulus on Human Skin" is accepted and will appear at ACM HotMobile'23.
JongTaek's (former postdoc researcher at CyPhy) paper, "Don't Weight to Board: Augmenting Vision-based Passenger Weight Prediction via Viscoelastic Mat" is accepted and will appear at ACM UbiComp'23/IMWUT.
Bangjie's, Sean's, and Zhiwei's poster, "On Utilizing Smartphone Cameras to Detect Counterfeit Liquid Food Products", won the Best Poster Award at ACM MobiSys'22. This poster accompanies our full paper also presented at MobiSys'22.