Science Week 2011-1
02 MAR

Weekly Seminar: “LTE security, protocol exploits and location tracking experimentation with low-cost software radio”

ABSTRACT: The security flaws of legacy GSM networks, which lack of mutual authentication and implement an outdated encryption algorithm, are well understood among the technology community. Moreover, until now, the main cellular vulnerabilities being discovered and exploited in the mobile security research field were based on 2G base stations and GSM open source implementations. The [...]

25 JAN

Weekly Seminar: “CASTLE: A user-friendly platform to test, evaluate, and develop contemporary wireless communication standards”

25 January 2017 - 25 January 2017
Speaker: Pol Henarejos & Alexis A. Dowhuszko

ABSTRACT: CASTLE is a hybrid testbed composed of both software and hardware components that can be easily configured to obtain standard-compliant implementations of specific network elements in contemporary wireless communication systems. CASTLE focuses on PHY-layer features of different wireless standards, including LTE and LTE Advanced (mobile communications), BGAN (satellite communications), and Li-Fi (Visible Light Communications). [...]

03 JAN

New Job Openings

The Communication Systems Division of the CTTC is searching for a research candidate. Go to carrers to apply now.

15 DEC

Weekly Seminar: “Richi Talent”

ABSTRACT: Richi Talent is a Richi Foundation initiative in collaboration with MISTI Spain(MIT International Science & Technology Initiatives) and it is created with the aim of raising funds to combat childhood cancer, through 3 initiatives: Richi Talent, Richi Social Entrepeneurs, Richi Music: their goal is to identify, incentivize and support promising young people who, in [...]

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