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Loukas Lazos

Associate Professor
Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
University of Arizona
Office: ECE356H
Phone: 520-626-0736, Fax: 520-621-3862
Email: llazos@ece.arizona.edu
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Loukas Lazos

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I am a faculty member of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at the University of Arizona. Before joining the University of Arizona, I was a co-director of the Network Security Lab at the University of Washington. I received my Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in Electrical Engineering at the University of Washington. I obtained my undergraduate diploma in Electrical and Computer Engineering at the National Technical University of Athens, Greece. My current research interests are in the areas of security and privacy, networking, and wireless communications, focusing on identification, modeling and mitigation of network security vulnerabilities, visualization of network threats, and analysis of network performance.

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06/14: Time-Delayed Broadcasting for Defeating Inside Jammers, co-authored with PhD student Sisi Liu and Prof. Marwan Krunz. In IEEE Transactions of Dependable and Secure Computing. pdf
  
  
06/14: Network Anomaly Detection Using Autonomous System Flow Aggregates, co-authored with Thienne Johnson. In IEEE GLOBECOMM 2014. pdf
  
  
01/14: Collusion-Resistant Query Anonymization for Location-Based Services, co-authored with MS student Qin Zhang, In IEEE ICC 2014. pdf
  
  
11/13: FD-MMAC: Combating Multi-Channel Hidden and Exposed Terminals Using a Single Transceiver, co-authored with PhD student Yan Zhang and MS students Kai Chen, Bocan Hu, and Swetha Shivaramaiah, In IEEE INFOCOM 2014. pdf
  
  
11/13: Security vulnerability and countermeasures of frequency offset correction in 802.11a systems, co-authored with PhD student Hanif Rahbari and Prof. Marwan Krunz, In IEEE INFOCOM 2014. pdf
  
  
03/13: Vulnerabilities of Cognitive Radio MAC Protocols and Countermeasures, co-authored with PhD student Yan Zhang. To appear in the IEEE Network. pdf
  
  
01/13: Countering Selfish Misbehavior in Multi-channel MAC Protocols, co-authored with PhD student Yan Zhang. In IEEE INFOCOM 2013. pdf
  
  
01/13: Perfect Contextual Information Privacy in WSNs under Colluding Eavesdroppers, co-authored with PhD student Alejandro Proano. In ACM WiSec 2013. pdf
  
  
12/12: AMD: Audit-based Misbehavior Detection in Wireless Ad Hoc Networks, co-authored with Ms students Yu Zhang and William Kozma. To appear in the IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing. pdf pdf
  
  
05/12: Hiding Contextual Information in WSNs, co-authored with PhD student Alejandro Proano. Proceedings of the 3rd IEEE D-SPAN Workshop (Invited Paper). pdf
  
  
03/12: Received ONR Grant: Putting Network Security on the Map: Visualizing Network Security with a Unified Map Metaphor, 2012-2015, with S. Kobourov (PI), Srini Ramasubramanian (Co-PI) and Christian Collberg (Co-PI).
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