SESLab

SOFTWARE ENGINEERING & SECURITY Lab

@ SEJONG UNIVERSITY

The SES Laboratory conducts research on software engineering and security in various computer and network systems. Specific research areas include Internet of Things (IoT), AI-enabled systems, blockchain, semantics, and automated testing. In addition to research, various activities such as leading international standardization and journal editors are being conducted.

RECENT PUBLICATIONS

Harnessing the Power of Smart and Connected Health to Tackle COVID-19: IoT, AI, Robotics, and Blockchain for a Better World

F. Firouzi, J. Song et al.,

in IEEE Internet of Things Journal, vol. 8, no. 16, Aug.15, 2021

Virtual IoT Service Slice Functions for Multi-Access Edge Computing Platform

L. Nkenyereye, J. Hwang, Q. -V. Pham and J. Song,

in IEEE Internet of Things Journal, vol. 8, no. 14, July 15, 2021

IoT Service Slicing and Task Offloading for Edge Computing

J. Hwang, L. Nkenyereye, N. Sung, J. Kim and J. Song

in IEEE Internet of Things Journal, vol. 8, no. 14, July 15, 2021

IoT-Enabled Smart Cities: Evolution and Outlook

Bauer, M.; Sanchez, L.; Song, J.

in Sensors July 2021, vol. 21, no. 4511. https://doi.org/10.3390/s21134511

CURRENT PROJECTS

IoT

AI/ML

Standards

Security

Networking

Metaverse

AIStar

Open source and global standards project for the enablement of distributed AI and Edge functions to the oneM2M IoT platform

CrossAir

Development of an air-gapped malware using various stealth data exchange mechanisms

CityHub

Data-centric IoT enabled smart city using global standards and semantics (e.g., oneM2M and NGSI-LD)