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tahaTaha Sencar

Professor Memon and the ISIS lab got me into computer security in the first place, and one of the things that attracted me to security was the fact that it requires a multi-disciplinary approach that draws from a wide variety of fields in both computer science and electrical engineering. Within security, I'm specifically interested in multimedia, networking and communication applications and digital forensics. I'm currently working on several projects: 1) data hiding techniques and watermarking for content security, 2) image steganography and steganalysis techniques, 3) digital image forensics techniques, 4) robust hashing algorithms for biometric authentication, 5) surveillance techniques for VoIP communication, and 6) radio frequency fingerprinting of wireless devices.

I received my B.S., M.S., and Phd all in electrical engineering. My thesis research focused on applying communication theory and signal processing methods to applications of data hiding. My post-doctoral research work, on the other hand, has mainly concentrated on various aspects of security.

I'm from Turkey and enjoy reading, running, and spending time with my daughter Serra.

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