Ph.D. started in: 2018
Expected year of graduation: 2022
COINS consortium member: Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Supervised by: Jingyue Li, Sokratis Katsikas, Stig Ole Johnsen
Research area: Network Security
Project title: Cybersecurity, Safety, and Resilience of Smart Cities
Project description: One key challenge of smart city is cybersecurity. The interconnected feature of smart city means a single vulnerability that could greatly affect all citizens’ security and safety. As smart cities get smarter and interconnected, they are more vulnerable to attack, which could expand the landscape of potential security threats. The purpose of this research aims to contribute to the analysis of issues on critical application and infrastructure of smart city, through a combination of cybersecurity, safety, and resilience analyses.
- Nektaria Kaloudi, Jingyue Li (2021). Comparison of Risk Analysis Approaches for Analyzing Emergent Misbehavior in Autonomous Systems
- Torstein Meyer, Nektaria Kaloudi, Jingyue Li (2021). A Systematic Literature Review on Malicious Use of Reinforcement Learning
- Nektaria Kaloudi, Jingyue Li (2020). The AI-based cyber threat landscape: A survey
- Jingyue Li, Jin Zhang, Nektaria Kaloudi (2018). Could We Issue Driving Licenses to Autonomous Vehicles?
- COINS Finse winter school, Finse, Norway, 2019
- COINS summer school, Metochi, Greece, 2019