Alvaro A. Cardenas
- Associate Professor
- Computer Science and Engineering
- Engineering 2, Room 333
- Alvaro Cardenas’ research interests focus on the security and privacy of cyber-physical systems such as autonomous vehicles, industrial networks, and the Internet of Things. He has developed new network security monitoring tools to detect and respond to attacks against cyber-physical systems, as well as new data minimization solutions for improving the privacy of Internet-of-Things devices who collect data from their users. He is the recipient of an NSF CAREER award, the 2018 faculty excellence in research award from the Erik Johnson School of Engineering and Computer Science at UT Dallas, and a Eugene McDermott Endowed Chair Fellowship at the University of Texas at Dallas, and best paper awards from the IEEE Smart Grid Communications Conference and the U.S. Army Research Conference.
- Cyber-physical systems, computer security and privacy
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