Welcome to LIONS Center
Recent Highlights of the Center
- 2010: Heng Xu has received the NSF CAREER Award (2010-2015).
- 2009: Peng Liu won a NSF Trustworthy-Computing Medium-Size Grant on "Self-protecting Data Centers" in collaboration with GMU and WIU.
- 2009: Peng Liu won a MURI award on "Computer-aided Human Centric Cyber Situation Awareness" in collaboration with CMU, GMU, NCSU, UMD, ASU.
- 2009: Re-designated by DHS and NSA as "National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education" (CAE-Education) for 2009-2014.
- 2008: Anna Squicciarini won a NSF Cyber-Trust Medium-Size Grant "Securing Dynamic Online Social Networks" in collaboration with UT San Antonio and ASU.
- 2008: Designated by NSA and DHS as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Research*, 2008-2013. (* with CSE)
- 2007: Peng Liu won a DoD (AFOSR) MURI grant, "MURI: Autonomic Recovery of Enterprise-Wide Systems after Attack or Failure with Forward Correction," in collaboration with GMU and Columbia.
- 2007: Sencun Zhu has received the NSF CAREER Award (2007-2012).
The LIONS Center will be synonymous with seminal works in interdisciplinary cyber-security research.
- Detect and remove threats of information misuse to the human society: mitigate risk, reduce uncertainty, and enhance predictability and trust.
- Produce leading scholars in interdisciplinary cyber-security research.
- Become a national leader in information assurance education.
- The LIONS center will be the best at performing inter-disciplinary research in cyber- security and privacy.
- The LIONS center will play a leading role in helping Penn State pursue security and risk R&D opportunities that revolve around DHS, NSA, and DoD.
Center at a Glance
- Core Faculty: 8
- Collaborating Faculty: 20
- Research Associates: 4
- Ph.D. students: 30+
- Publications since 2002: 250+
- Annual Publications: 50-70
- Active Grants: $9,000,000+ (core faculty credit)
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Last modified: 2014-03-31 15:17:56 EDT