Network Algorithm And Security Lab
Welcome to the Network Algorithm and Security Laboratory (NAS lab) at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke (UNCP).
The purpose of our study is to design more efficient network algorithms and security algorithms in Internet of Things (IoT), Wireless Sensor Networks (WSNs), and Vehicular Ad-hoc Networks (VANETs). Our research interests lie in problems related to topology construction, data gathering, barrier coverage, IPv4-IPv6 translation, and network performance evaluation on Wireless Networks, WSNs, and VANETs.
Feel free to contact us if you are interested in our research.
Christopher Michels, "A Mobile Blockchain for VANETs" has been funded by the RISE program, Summer 2021.
Luke L. Fleming,"The Barrier Breach Problem on Wireless Sensor Networks" has been funded by the Dean's research program, Spring 2021.
Chaa Loftin,"A Secure Smart Grid Framework Using Blockchain" has been funded by the SURF program, Spring 2020.
Brianna Thompson, "Intrusion Detection System for Smart Home IoT Devices" has been funded by the SURF program, Spring 2020.
Christopher M. Rue and Phineas Smith,"A Secure Smart Meter Framework Using Blockchain" has been funded by the RISE program, Summer 2019.
Phineas Smith, "Design and implementation of software for performance evaluation" has been funded by the RISE program, Summer 2018.
Stephen Kerns, "Automated Aeroponics Greenhouse for smart farming using IoT" has been funded by SURF program, Summer 2017.