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Wireless Workshop Portal

Idaho National Laboratory’s Wireless Security Institute welcomes you to its second Wireless Security Workshop.


WORKSHOP GOALS

  • Discuss critical security challenges and progress in the following areas:
    • 5G Devices and Network
    • Cellular Drones
    • 5G Shared and Unlicensed Spectrum
  • Identify key security needs in these areas (and any others)
  • Identify needed actions to further: 
    • Strengthen collaboration at the national level to address these critical security ­needs
    • Increase engagement with U.S. Government, industry, and others for their success.

ALL DAY PARTICIPATION: Please visit GroupMap throughout the Workshop and add your responses and insights to the six topics listed there. We will use this input during the Closing Session on day one. 

ALL SPEAKER BIOS can be viewed at: Wireless Workshop Homepage

AGENDA: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 17
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM MST

OPENING SESSION 8:00 – 9:30 AM MST
Welcome and Opening Remarks Dan Elmore, Arup Bhuyan, Idaho National Laboratory
5G & Department of Energy (DOE) Rocky Campione, Chief Information Officer, DOE
5G & Office of Science & Technology (OSTP) Eric Burger, Assistant Director, OSTP
5G & DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) Daniel Kroese, Deputy Assistant Director (A),National Risk Management Center, DHS CISA
5G & Joint Base San Antonio (JBSA) Michael Lovell, JBSA
Break 9:30 – 10:00 AM MST
TECHNICAL SESSION I: 5G DEVICES AND DRONES 10:00 – 11:30 AM MST
5G Device Security Arup Bhuyan, Idaho National Laboratory
5G in Aviation Eric Ringer, Co-founder & Director of Aviation Technology, Skyward, A Verizon Company
5G Drone Security Ismail Guvenc, North Carolina State University
5G Drone Authentication Kemal Akkaya, Florida International University
5G V2X Security Eyuphan Bulut, Virginia Commonwealth University
Break 11:30 AM – 12:00 PM MST
TECHNICAL SESSION II: 5G DEVICES AND NETWORKS 12:00 – 1:15 PM MST
5G Security for DoD Sudhir Pattar, InterDigital
5G Beam-Based Transmission Robert Heath, North Carolina State University
5G Core Network Security Brian Kelley, University of Texas – San Antonio
5G Security including Telemedicine Vuk Marojevic, Mississippi State University
Break 1:15 – 1:45 PM MST
TECHNICAL SESSION III: 5G SPECTRUM 1:45 – 3:15 PM MST
FCC 5G Spectrum Monisha Ghosh, Chief Technology Officer, FCC
5G Spectrum Sharing Industry Presentation David Debrecht, CTO, North America, Nokia
5G Spectrum Sharing Security Sneha Kasera, Mingyue Ji, University of Utah
5G Ultra Low Latency Hussein Moradi, Idaho National Laboratory
AI / ML for 5G Spectrum Security Rose Hu, Utah State University
CLOSING SESSION 3:15 – 4:00 PM MST
Discuss GroupMap Input to Six Topics All day input to 6 topics, go to: https://join.groupmap.com/FD6-AAA-49E
Closing Notes Dan Elmore, Arup Bhuyan, Idaho National Laboratory

AGENDA: WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 18
8:00 AM – 1:45 PM MST (US Citizens Only)

OPENING SESSION
8:00–8:10 Paul Titus, Idaho National Laboratory
8:10–8:30 Vincent Sritapan, Federal Mobility Group (FMG)
FEDERAL MOBILITY GROUP VIRTUAL TOURS AND LIVE Q&A
8:30–9:15 IDAHO NATIONAL LABORATORY SECURE WIRELESS CAPABILITIES
9:15–9:45 VERIZON WIRELESS 5G LABS: BRINGING INNOVATION TO SOCIETY
Verizon will discuss their 5G Labs and explain how the solutions collaboratively tested there can help to bring the promise of 5G to society.
9:45–10:15 ADVANCED TECHNOLOGY ACADEMIC RESEARCH CENTER (ATARC) TEST BED
The ATARC Mobile RF Lab capability was developed to perform research and testing of 5G and Blockchain/DLT mobile devices and related software. The Mobile RF lab is capable
of ad hoc and bespoke testing of full spectrum RF communication and signal (10 MHz to 6 GHz range) monitoring and testing; as well communications over Wi-Fi and base station IP
to verify communications strings. It also features a secret level SCIF.
Break 10:15 AM – 10:30 AM MST
10:30–11:00 NOKIA 5G TEST FACILITIES
11:00–11:30 NSF ADVANCED PLATFORM FOR WIRELESS RESEARCH: COSMOS
COSMOS (Cloud-Enhanced Open Software-Defined Mobile-Wireless Testbed for City-Scale Deployment) is a joint project of Rutgers, Columbia, and NYU in partnership with NYC,
CCNY, U. Arizona, IBM, and Silicon Harlem. It targets the technology “sweet spot” of ultra-high bandwidth and ultra-low latency, a capability that will enable a broad new class of
applications including augmented/virtual reality and cloud-based autonomous vehicles.
Break 11:30 AM – 12:00 PM MST
12:00–12:30 NATIONAL TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION ADMINISTRATION – INSTITUTE FOR TELECOMMUNICATION SCIENCES (NTIA ITS)
The Advanced Communications Test Site at the Table Mtn Radio Quiet Zone is a unique facility for over-the-air testing of spectrum sharing solutions equipped with a meteorological
satellite earth station testbed, two 18m parabolic dish antennas, 4 general purpose research buildings, multiple guyed towers to support antenna installations, a vehicle size turntable
for antenna pattern measurements, a radar emissions test range, and flat, homogenous terrain which is free of power lines and obstructions to support propagation measurements.
12:30–1:00 VIRGINIA TECH RESEARCH CENTER: 5G RESEARCH PLATFORM
The Virginia Tech CCI has established a 5G security testbed as a collaborative activity and joint resource of theNetwork. Principal development of the core network and expertise in
standing up the equipment will be providedby the CCI Hub. CCI Nodes will explore research issues related to specific application modes of 5G, such as IoTmanagement, smart ports,
grid management, UAV and Satellite communications, factory automation, andtransportation. The Hub and Node research will leverage base stations (gNBs) located at the Nodes that
connectto the 5G core network located at the CCI Hub.
1:00–1:30 ERICSSON 5G TEST FACILITIES
WRAP-UP / FEEDBACK
1:30–1:45 Paul Titus, Carl Kutsche Idaho National Laboratory