A new collaboration centre on campus is the next stage in a long-term research partnership between the University of Waterloo and National Research Council of Canada (NRC).
The NRC-Waterloo Collaboration Centre brings together more than 20 researchers from both organizations to collaborate on research projects related to Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things and Cybersecurity.
Of the five new projects announced for 2022, three include researchers from the Faculty of Mathematics:
- "Towards privacy-preserving anomaly-based detection" (Florian Kerschbaum, Koray Karabina)
- "Quantum Secure Cryptographic Primitives with Applications to vehicles-to-vehicle networks" (Michele Mosca, Koray Karabina, Philippe Lamontagne, Taufiq Rahman)
- "AI-enabled security and resilience for IoT in 5G integrated satellite networks" (Raouf Boutaba, Peng Hu)
To learn more about the Collaboration Centre and its new innovation hub, read the full article here.