The DAISY Lab is led by Prof. Yingying (Jennifer) Chen. You can always stop by her office at Core 506, 96 Frelinghuysen Rd Piscataway to have an inspired research discussion!
As wireless and sensor networks continue to have an important impact on our life and eventually become a part of our social fabric, the network infrastructure will increasingly become the tempting targets for malicious attacks. Further, with the huge amount of information transmitted over the networks and eventually displayed in the Internet, the main question that people asked about is what should constitute “fair use” of the information. The Data Analysis and Information SecuritY (DAISY) Laboratory focuses on both addressing the problems in information security, system privacy, and data integrity using statistical approaches and machine learning techniques, as well as building test beds to facilitate research in these areas.
Current Research Areas
- Cyber Security and Privacy
- Mobile Healthcare and its Security Issues
- Mobile Computing
- Pervasive Computing
- Wireless Networks and Sensor Networks
1. CardioCam: Leveraging Camera on Mobile Devices to Verify Users While Their Heart is Pumping
2. VibWrite: Towards Finger-input Authentication on Ubiquitous Surfaces via Physical Vibration
3. BigRoad: Scaling Road Data Acquisition for Dependable Self-Driving
4. Cracking the PIN Number Using Wearables
5. Fine-grained Sleep Monitoring Leveraging Home Wi-Fi Networks
6. Look Up: Enabling Pedestrian Safety Services via Shoe Sensing
The project has received the Award of Solutions for Pedestrians & Cyclists – Large Organization Recognition in the Connected Intersections competition sponsored by AT&T.
7. Sensing Driver Phone Use to Reduce Driver Distraction Caused by Cell Phone Usage
Please find more demos and lab news videos on: Daisy Lab Rutgers
Research projects in Daisy Lab are supported by a set of powerful workstations. Each workstation has a high-end Intel Xeon processor, 32GM RAM, and 1TB Solid State Drive (SSD). One of the workstations is equipped with a powerful graphics card, NVIDIA Quadro GV100, to facilitate artificial intelligence (AI) training/inferencing. The machines are configured with either Windows or Linux and installed with Python, TensorFlow library, and CUDA for the development of machine learning-based algorithms/applications.
Prof. Chen visited School of Computer Science and Engineering (School of Cybersecurity) at University of Electronic Science and Technology of China.
Jian Liu (joing University of Tennessee) and Chen Wang (joing Louisiana State University) received Best Teaching Assistant Award at Rutgers. Picture 1 (From left to right: Dr. Narayan Mandayam, Dr. Hana Godrich, Dr. Jian Liu, and Dr. Zoran Gajic.) Picture 2 (From left to right: Dr. Narayan Mandayam, Dr. Hana Godrich, Dr. Chen Wang, and Dr. Zoran Gajic)
ACM TURC 2019 has been held in Chengdu, China and Prof. Yingying Chen is a keynote speaker. Picture 1 (From left to right: Prof. Yingying Chen, Dr. Xian-He Sun, Dr. Zheng Yang.) Picture 2 (From left to right: Prof. Yingying Chen and Dr. Manuel Blum.) Picture 3 (From left to right: Dr. Xian-He Sun, Dr. Manuel Blum, Dr. Lenore Blum, Prof. Yingying Chen, Dr. Wei Zhao.)
ACM WiSec 2019 has been held in Miami and Prof. Yingying Chen is the TPC Co-chair.
DAISY lab picture taken at WINLAB, Rutgers University.
Our poster paper "Personal PIN Leakage from Wearable Devices" has received the Best Poster Award Runner-up from MobiCom 2018.
MobiCom 2018 has been held in New Delhi, India and Prof. Yingying Chen is the TPC Co-chair.
CBS TV has interviewed Yingying and her team on their work on “In-baggage Suspicious Object Detection Using Commodity WiFi”.
Our paper “Towards In-baggage Suspicious Object Detection Using Commodity WiFi” has received the Best Paper Award in the IEEE International Communications and Network Security (CNS 2018).
IEEE CNS 2017: Dr. Ming Li (U. of Arizona), Dr. Guoliang Xue (Arizona State Univ.), Dr. Narasimha Reddy (Texas A&M University), Dr. Kang Shin (U. of Michigan), Dr. Yan Wang (SUNY Binghamton), Dr. Yingying Chen (Rutgers Univ.), Dr. Xiaonan Guo (IUPUI).
Undergraduate and high school students conducted research at DAISY Lab in summer 2017. From left to right: Xiaonan Guo (postdoc researcher), Yuwen Zhang (high school student), Isabella Saba (undergraduate student), Caroline Palicz (undergraduate student), Fei Wu (undergraduate student), Mingyu Hu (undergraduate student), Prof. Yingying Chen and Jian Liu (Ph.D. student).
TPC co-chairs Xinyu Zhang and Srihari Nelakuditi presented the Best Paper Award of the SECON’2017 to our paper “VibSense: Sensing Touches on Ubiquitous Surfaces through Vibration” (From left to right: Prof. Xinyu Zhang, Prof. Srihari Nelakuditi, and Jian Liu).
Stevens President Dr. Nariman Farvardin presented Henry Morton Distinguished Teaching Professor Award to Prof. Yingying Chen at the Ph.D. Hooding Ceremony.
Students of DAISY lab congratulate Prof. Chen for receiving the Henry Morton Distinguished Teaching Professor Award from Stevens (From left to right: Bo Liu, Dr. Xiaonan Guo, Prof. Yingying Chen, Chen Wang, Jian Liu, Cong Shi, Yudi Dong, Ning Zhao).
MobiCom 2016 has been held in New York City and Prof. Yingying Chen is the General Co-chair.
IEEE CNS 2016 has been held in Philadelphia and Prof. Yingying Chen is the TPC Co-chair.
CNN has interviewed Prof. Yingying Chen and her team on their work on “Your Wearable Devices Reveal Your Personal PIN”.
Prof. Yingying Chen gave an invited talk at NJACS in September, 2016.
Prof. Yingying Chen has led the panel on “IoT: Internet of Things or Internet of Dreams?” at ACM MobiHoc 2016 in Paderborn, Germany.
The panelists at ACM MobiHoc 2016 are: Suman Banerjee, Giuseppe Bianchi, Eylem Ekici, Marco Gruteser, Thomas Watteyne (From left to right).
Prof. Yingying Chen’s group attended ASIACCS 2016 in Xi’an, China (From left to right: Dr. Xiaonan Guo, Prof. Yan Wang, Prof. Yingying Chen, Bo Liu).
TPC co-chair Xiaofeng Wang presented the Best Paper Award of the ASIACCS’2016 to our paper “Friend or Foe? Your Wearable Devices Reveal Your Personal PIN.” (From left to right: Prof. Xiaofeng Wang, Prof. Yingying Chen, Prof. Yan Wang, Dr. Xiaonan Guo).
Prof. Yingying Chen visited Dr. Xinbing Wang’s lab at Shanghai Jiaotong University.
Students of DAISY lab congratulate Prof. Chen for her early promotion to full professor (From left to right: Zhongyuan Li, Xiaonan Guo, Xu Chen, Yan Wang, Chen Wang, Prof. Yingying Chen, Bo Liu and Jian Liu).
MobiCom 2015: Jian Liu is presenting our work on “Snooping Keystrokes with mm-level Audio Ranging on a Single Phone”.
MobiHoc 2015: Jian Liu is presenting our work on “Tracking Vital Signs During Sleep Leveraging Off-the-shelf WiFi”.
Chinese New Year Group Lunch at Kong Fu.
Hongbo Liu has received his Ph.D. degree and joined IUPUI as a tenure-track Assistant Professor.
Prof. Yingying Chen and her collaborators attended CCS 2014 with giant cactus in Phoenix, AZ (Frome left to right: Gorkem Kar, Prof. Tam Vu, Prof. Marco Gruteser, Prof. Yingying Chen, Yan Wang).
Prof. Yingying Chen and her collaborators attended CCS 2014 (Frome left to right: Yan Wang, Prof. Yingying Chen, Prof. Tam Vu, Prof. Marco Gruteser, Gorkem Kar).
General Chair Prof. Guoliang Xue and TPC Chair Prof. Yan Chen present the Best Paper Award of the CNS 2014 to our paper “Accurate Rogue Access Point Localization Leveraging Fine-grained Channel Information.” (From left to right: Prof. Guoliang “Larry” Xue, Chen Wang, Prof. Jie Yang, Prof. Yingying Chen, and Prof. Yan Chen).
Yingying’s group attended CNS 2014 in San Francisco, CA (From left to right: Prof. Jie Yang, Prof. Yingying Chen, Chen Wang, Yan Wang).
Yingying’s group attended Mobisys 2014 with Yanzhi Ren, Chen Wang, and Jian Liu (from left to right), and Profs. Hongbo Liu and Jie Yang (previously graduated from DAISY Lab).
Yingying’s group attended Mobisys 2014 with Yanzhi Ren, Chen Wang, Yan Wang and Jian Liu (from left to right), and Profs. Hongbo Liu and Jie Yang (previously graduated from DAISY Lab).
Mobisys 2014: Yan Wang is presenting our work on “Tracking Human Queues Using Single-Point Signal Monitoring”.
Yingying and her collaborator Dr. Marco Gruteser.
Prof. Yingying Chen is interviewed by the Fox News Channel.
Prof. Yingying Chen and Prof. Marco Gruteser (Rutgers) are presenting the Driver Phone Use Detection project to the Fox News Channel.
Prof. Yingying Chen, Prof. Marco Gruteser (Rutgers) and the videographer from the Fox News Channel.
TPC Co-Chairs (Prof. Wenjing Lou and Prof. Wade Trappe) present the Best Paper Runner-Up Award of the CNS 2013 to our paper “Towards Self-Healing Smart Grid via Intelligent Local Controller Switching under Jamming.” (From left to right: Prof. Wenjing Lou, Prof. Yingying Chen, Prof. Wade Trappe, and Prof. Jie Yang).
Yan Wang received the Student Research Competition (SRC) Award from ACM MobiCom 2013 (from left to right: with Prof. Marco Gruteser, Prof. Yingying Chen, Yan Wang, and Prof. Jie Yang).
MobiCom SRC: Yan Wang received the medal of the Student Research Competition Award.
MobiCom SRC: Yan Wang is presenting on the 1-minute madness session.
Yingying and Stevens President Dr. Nariman Farvardin at the demonstration for senator Frank Lautenberg’s visit.
Yingying’s group at senator Frank Lautenberg’s visit: Simon Sidhom, Hongbo Liu, Yingying Chen, Jie Yang, and Yan Wang (from left to right).
New Jersey Inventors Hall of Fame Innovator Award 2012. (In the middle of the picture is Dr. Steven Chu, the Secretary of Dept. Energy, who has received the Trustees Award in NJ Inventors HoF).
Yingying and her collaborators: Dr. Marco Gruteser and Dr. Rich Martin are receiving the interview from Inside Science TV.
With the President of Chinese Academy of Science at Chongqing branch, Jiahu Yuan (left most).
With Dr. Jeong Kim, Bell Labs President.
Mobicom 2011, Best Paper Award, Jie Yang, Rich Martin, Yingying Chen, Marco Gruteser.
Mobicom 2011, Jie Yang, Yingying Chen, Kang Shin (the other Best Paper Award), Chunyi Peng (beep-beep paper), Xingbing Wang (Shanghai Jiaotong University).
Group discussion in DAISY lab.
Group members learning wireless sensors.
Various wireless sensors and smartphones.
2009 and before
DAISY lab pictures taken at Stevens Institute of Technology.
DAISY lab pictures taken at Stevens Institute of Technology.
Yingying started the DAISY lab with her first two students. Jie Yang and Xiuyuan Zheng.