Suleyman Uludag
Applications:
Computer Science, Physical Science, Social Science
Methodologies:
Computing, Databases and Data management, Graph-Based Methods, Networks, Optimization, Security and Privacy
Relevant Projects:

Cisco


Suleyman Uludag

Professor

Computer Science, UM-Flint

Director of Computer Science and Professor of Computer Science, College of Innovation and Technology, The University of Michigan-Flint

My research spans security, privacy, and optimization of data collection particularly as applied to the Smart Grid, an augmented and enhanced paradigm for the conventional power grid. I am particularly interested in optimization approaches that take a notion of security and/or privacy into the modeling explicitly. At the intersection of the Intelligent Transportation Systems, Smart Grid, and Smart Cities, I am interested in data privacy and energy usage in smart parking lots. Protection of data and availability, especially under assault through a Denial-of-Service attacks, represents another dimension of my area of research interests. I am working on developing data privacy-aware bidding applications for the Smart Grid Demand Response systems without relying on trusted third parties. Finally, I am interested in educational and pedagogical research about teaching computer science, Smart Grid, cyber security, and data privacy.

This figure shows the data collection model I used in developing a practical and secure Machine-to-Machine data collection protocol for the Smart Grid.

This figure shows the data collection model I used in developing a practical and secure
Machine-to-Machine data collection protocol for the Smart Grid.