Trustworthy Sensor Networks: Theory And Implementation

Grant number: DP1095452 | Funding period: 2010 - 2013

Completed

Abstract

The fundamental importance of this project is that we are developing algorithms for wireless sensor networks (WSNs) that provide accurate and trustworthy data to Australian researchers and users, so that they have confidence in the analysis of their data. The algorithms developed in this proposal will become essential for any large scale WSN. The research significantly leverages the resources of our international partners who complement our work with several million dollars of investment. The result will put Australia on the international stage as a significant contributor to WSN technologies. By training PhD students, the project will also enrich local expertise in the technologies.