Spotlight on SPLICE Research

SPLICE postdoctoral researcher, Beatrice Perez, and her work on non-cooperative device detection in the smart home was recently featured in a Dartmouth News article. Non-cooperative devices include devices with no wireless network interface, devices that are powered off, or devices that explicitly attempt to evade detection. This research focuses on using harmonic radar technology to… Read More Spotlight on SPLICE Research

We are recruiting master’s and doctoral students!

Are you interested in continuing your studies and contributing to the field of SmartHome security and privacy? If so, you’ve come to the right place! The SPLICE team is an interdisciplinary research team spanning seven institutions. Our researchers work in four main areas: Systems and networks; Internet of Things; Sociology, law and policy; and Human-Computer… Read More We are recruiting master’s and doctoral students!

Dr. Denise Anthony Confirmed as Health Management and Policy Department Chair at the University of Michigan

Dr. Denise Anthony, SPLICE PI at the University of Michigan whose work focuses on social dynamics of cooperation, trust, and privacy across social settings, has been approved by the University of Michigan Board of Regents as the next Health Management and Policy department chair. Additional to her SPLICE work, Anthony has studied the effects of… Read More Dr. Denise Anthony Confirmed as Health Management and Policy Department Chair at the University of Michigan

Kotz named Dartmouth interim provost

Dartmouth College recently announced that David Kotz, SPLICE PI, will be interim provost starting July 1st. Along with leading the SPLICE project, Kotz will support and advance the teaching and scholarship of Dartmouth faculties and schools, as well as student-related programs. Kotz previously held the position of interim provost in 2017-2018 and has served as executive… Read More Kotz named Dartmouth interim provost