This spring, HRI-EU sponsored two calls for project of the Harari Institute’s “Research Incubation Awards” at Boston University. The program awards seed funds for new, ambitious Research efforts with cross-disciplinary focus, incubating novel ideas. In our HRI-EU special track, two proposals were awarded.
We would like to congratulate Assistant Professor Manuel Egele for his project “reFuzz: Reusing Fuzzing Results to Improve Security Assessments” and Professor David Starobinski for “Automated Threat Modeling for Connected Vehicles”. Their proposals showed great potential in cybersecurity and connected vehicles. Therefore, we are looking forward to their future research results.
Take a closer look at the Incubated Research Projects here.