ESCAPADE (enhancing communication security by cross-layer physical and data-link techniques)

The ESCAPADE (enhancing communication security by cross-layer physical and data-link techniques) project is a scientific research project which lasted from March 2012 until March 2016, financed by the Italian Ministry of Education, University and Research (MIUR) within the Futuro in Ricerca 2010 call.


Project at a Glance:

Physical layer security is a breakthrough in communication security paradigms, able to:
  • Offer unconditional security, without the need of any computational assumption on attackers.
  • Reinforce higher layer security and cryptography protocols.
  • Avoid the need of pre-sharing a secret key among legitimate users.
  • Help securing cooperative communications, that will be in use in future wireless networks.
The ESCAPADE project is aimed at studying and developing new cross-layer physical/data-link security solutions for existing and future wireless communications.
 

Last Updates

  • Paper accepted at IEEE ISIT 2016 The paper entitled "Soft McEliece: MDPC code-based McEliece cryptosystems with very compact keys through real-valued intentional errors" authored by Marco Baldi, Paolo Santini and Franco Chiaraluce will be ...
    Posted Jun 17, 2016, 1:12 AM by Marco Baldi
  • Paper accepted at IEEE ICC 2016 The paper entitled "Energy-Based Anchor Node Selection for IoT Physical Layer Authentication" authored by Gianluca Caparra, Marco Centenaro, Nicola Laurenti, Stefano Tomasin and Lorenzo Vangelista, has been accepted for ...
    Posted Jun 17, 2016, 1:11 AM by Marco Baldi
  • Presentations of invited speakers now available The presentations of the invited speakers at WCS 2014 are now available in this page.
    Posted Oct 10, 2014, 3:27 AM by Stefano Tomasin
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