Yu Chen
Binghamton University, Watson School of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Project Years Sponsor/Monitor Grant Amt. Summary Final Report
A Testbed for Reconfigurable Network Security Research and Experiment 2008-2009 DoD $214,385
Detection of Covertly Embedded Hardware in Digital Systems 2010-2014 AFOSR $449,931
CRI-IAD: Infrastructure Acquisition and Development for Computer Architecture Research and Education 2011-2012 NSF $52,000
Design and Development of Cloud Computing based Service for Robots Applications 2012-2013 Intelligent Fusion Technology, Inc. $60,000

Scott Craver
Binghamton University, Watson School of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Project Years Sponsor/Monitor Grant Amt. Summary Final Report
PECASE: Toward a General Theory of Counterdeception 2009-2014 AFOSR $1,000,000
YIP: Identification of Secret Algorithms Using Oracle Attacks 2007-2009 AFOSR $300,000
Estimation of Information Hiding Algorithms and Parameters 2005-2006 AFOSR $150,000

Jessica Fridrich
Binghamton University, Watson School of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Project Years Sponsor/Monitor Grant Amt. Summary Final Report
Lossless Data Embedding and Crypto-Transformations for Steganography 2000-2003 AFOSR $315,000
Development of Novel Steganography Detection Capabilities for Digital Images 2001 NSF $90,000
Automated Multi-Level Security Digital Information Transfer Using Watermarking Technologies 2000-2003 AFOSR $750,000
Innovative C4I Technologies (Secure Image Encryption and Hiding) 1997-2000 AFOSR $100,000
Steganalysis of Digital Watermarking Techniques 2001-2002 AFOSR $60,000
Smart Digital Images - Embedding for Information, Protection, and Self-Repair 2000-2002 AFOSR $350,000
New Generation Approach to Digital Security: Steganography, Steganalysis, and Authentication of Digital Data 2002-2005 AFOSR $1,960,000
Mathematical Foundations of Steganalysis 2004-2007 AFOSR $700,000
Advanced Steganographic and Digital Forensic Methods 2006-2008 AFOSR $600,000
Towards Statistically Undetectable Steganography 2008-2011 AFOSR $525,198
Digital Image Forensics Using Systematic Artifacts of Imaging Sensors 2008-2010 NSF $300,000
Advanced Steganalysis Methods for Digital Images 2009-2011 AFOSR $588,565
Rich Cover Models for Steganalysis of Digital Media 2012-2017 AFOSR $1,854,808

Victor Skormin
Binghamton University, Watson School of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Project Years Sponsor/Monitor Grant Amt. Summary Final Report
Biological Approach to System Information Security (BASIS) 2002 Rome Laboratory, Rome, NY $314,000 30602-01-0509
Replication of Computer Viruses by Detecting Their "Gene of Self Replication" 2002-2005 AFOSR $421,000 F49620-03-1-0167
Emulation of the Active Immune Response in a Computer Network 2005-2008 AFOSR $599,000 FA9550-05-1-0361
Experimental Computer Network Testbed for Information Security Research 2006-2008 AFOSR $185,500 FA9550-06-1-0340
Server Level Analysis of Network Operation Utilizing System Call Data 2007-2009 AFOSR $600,000 FA9550-07-1-0453
Anomaly-Based Intrusion Detection Systems Utilizing System Call Data 2009-2011 AFOSR $515,600 FA9550-09-1-0067
Experimental Computer Network Testbed for Information Security Research 2009-2011 AFOSR $255,300 FA9550-09-1-0379
Semantic Approach to Behavior-Based IDS and It's Applications 2012-2016 AFOSR $2,282,500 FA9550-12-1-0077
Experimental Facility for SCADA Security Research 2012-2013 AFOSR - PENDING $550,000
Customized Normalcy Profiles for Large-Scale Computer Control Systems 2012-2015 Office of Naval Research - PENDING $1,600,000

Douglas H. Summerville
Binghamton University, Watson School of Engineering, Electrical and Computer Engineering Department

Project Years Sponsor/Monitor Grant Amt. Summary Final Report
Detection of Covertly Embedded Hardware in Digital Systems 2010-2013 AFOSR $449,931
DURIP-08: A Testbed for Reconfigurable Network Security Research 2005-2009 AFOSR $214,385

Nael-Abu Ghazaleh
Binghamton University, Watson School of Engineering, Computer Science Department

Project Years Sponsor/Monitor Grant Amt. Summary Final Report
Architectural Support for Trusted Computing in Many-Core Processors 2009-2011 US Air Force Research Laboratory $660,000
Coverage, Networking and Storage Problems in Wireless Multimedia Sensor Networks 2009-2012 Carnegie Mellon University $410,516
Development of a Sentinel Wireless Sensor Network 2005-2007 Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (U.S. Army) $1,100,100
VirtuallySafe: A Framework for Hypervisor Code and Data Integrity 2012-2015 Qatar National Research Fund $375,000 ($1,050,000 total)
SHF:Small:Architectural Support for Security in the Many-core Age: Threats and Opportunities 2010 NSF $523,000

Kanad Ghose
Binghamton University, Watson School of Engineering, Computer Science Department

Project Years Sponsor/Monitor Grant Amt. Summary Final Report
Building Trustworthy Distributed/Networked Systems: A Software Solution for Low Overhead, Continuous and Dynamic Authentication of Remote Executions 2010 AFOSR $60,564

Kartik Gopalan
Binghamton University, Watson School of Engineering, Computer Science Department

Project Years Sponsor/Monitor Grant Amt. Summary Final Report
II-NEW: A Virtualized Cluster Testbed to Support Research In Large Memory And Data Intensive Applications 2009 National Science Foundation $325,178
Securing Applications by Limiting Exposure 2011-2012 DoD/Air Force Research Labs $50,000

Kyoung-Don Kang
Binghamton University, Watson School of Engineering, Computer Science Department

Project Years Sponsor/Monitor Grant Amt. Summary Final Report
IAPD: Integrated Adaptive and Proactive Defense against Stealthy Botnets 2011-2012 Part of supplementary project to AFOSR $21,304
CSR---EHS: Collaborative Research: Systematic Approaches for Real-Time Stream Data Services 2011-2014 NSF $249,938

Dmitry Ponomarev
Binghamton University, Watson School of Engineering, Computer Science Department

Project Years Sponsor/Monitor Grant Amt. Summary Final Report
SHF:Small:Architectural Support for Security in the Many-core Age: Threats and Opportunities 2010 NSF $523,000
Architectural Support for Trusted Computing in Many-Core Processors 2009-2011 US Air Force Research Laboratory $660,000
VirtuallySafe: A Framework for Hypervisor Code and Data Integrity 2012-2015 Qatar National Research Fund $375,000 ($1,050,000 total)

Ping Yang
Binghamton University, Watson School of Engineering, Computer Science Department

Project Years Sponsor/Monitor Grant Amt. Summary Final Report
II-NEW: A Virtualized Cluster Testbed to Support Research In Large Memory And Data Intensive Applications 2009 National Science Foundation $325,178
Securing Applications by Limiting Exposure 2011 STTR, US Air Force Research Laboratory $50,000

Lijun Yin
Binghamton University, Watson School of Engineering, Computer Science Department

Project Years Sponsor/Monitor Grant Amt. Summary Final Report
CI-ADDO-EN: Collaborative Research: 3D Dynamic Multimodal Spontaneous Emotion Corpus for Automated Facial Behavior and Emotion Analysis 2012-2015 NSF $416,801
EAGER: Spontaneous 4D-Facial Expression Corpus for Automated Facial Image Analysis 2010-2011 NSF $110,000
Processing Time-varying 3D Geometry: Solving the 3D Correspondence Problem 2009-2010 AFRL $16,000
Modeling Shape Variability for Dynamic 3D Object Understanding & Analysis 2010 AFOSR/AFRL $29,207
CRI II-NEW: A Virtualized Cluster Testbed to Support Research In LargeMemory And Data Intensive Applications 2009-2012 NSF $325,178
Real time eye tracking and hand tracking for human computer interaction 2008-2010 AFRL $389,707
Developing a 3D face modeling, analysis and recognition system 2006-2008 NYSTAR $200,000
SGER: Developing a high-definition face modeling system for recognition and generation of face and face expressions 2004-2006 NSF 100,000 plus $17,000 matching funds
SGER: Analyzing face expressions in 3D space 2005-2007 NSF $100,000 plus $39,500 matching funds
Hyper-Resolution: Image Details Recovery From Head CT/MRI Scans 2004-2005 SUNY Medical Center $10,000