MODESEC: Model-based Design of Secure Cyber-Physical Systems

(Marie Curie IOF Action, 2013-2016)

The overall objective of the MODESEC project is to research the interaction between modeling and security in the context of Cyber-Physical Systems. A particular focus is the area of automotive security. The research is carried out as a collaboration of University of California, Berkeley and Technical University Vienna, Austria. The research is undertaken by Dr. Armin Wasicek who is advised by Prof. Edward Lee and Prof. Radu Grosu.

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This research was supported by a Marie Curie IOF Action within the 7th Framework Programme un- der the funding ID PIOF-GA-2012-326604 (MODESEC)

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