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This pages provides inside in selected areas of Research in the area of Wireless Networks and Information Security.

The Research addresses

  • Information Security, e.g. cryptography, privacy, security in operating systems and architectures for secure systems
  • System Security, e.g. security in sensor systems, in industrial systems, in mobile & wireless networks, and measurable security for system of systems
  • Wireless and Mobile Networks, e.g. mobile, wireless and heterogeneous networks, including 5G networks
  • Mobile Services, e.g. context-aware and personalised service provisioning, mobile Apps, Socialtainment and Internet of People, Things and Services
  • Sensor Systems, including: industrial sensors, health technology, wireless standards such as Bluetooth Smart, wirelessHART
  • Radio propagation, including: radio propagation in Polar Regions, satellite communication

Please have a look at our Courses, Study plans related to Wireless Networks and Security, or possible topics for a Master Thesis.

Where to apply

Information Security

Information Security covers a wide range. in WNaS@UNIK we focus on security in distributed systems, e.g. security in sensor systems, measurable security and security architectures for system of systems. Examples of application areas

System Security

System Security covers security in sensor systems, security in mobile & wireless networks, and measurable security for system of systems

Wireless and Mobile Networks

, e.g. mobile, wireless and heterogeneous networks, including 5G networks

Mobile Services

, e.g. context-aware and personalised service provisioning, mobile Apps, Socialtainment and Internet of People, Things and Services

Sensor Systems

, including: industrial sensors, health technology, wireless standards such as Bluetooth Smart, wirelessHART

Radio propagation

, including: radio propagation in Polar Regions, satellite communication