ARISE 2017 Colloquium

The NYU Tandon School of Engineering conducts the Applied Research Innovations in Science and Engineering (ARISE) program since summer 2013. We had two ARISE participants this summer, Harpreet Kaur and Alexander Leon, who have spent the past five weeks to make practical contributions to our lab’s research objectives.  Congratulations to Harpreet and Alex. They both gave brilliant presentations at the program’s concluding colloquium.

NSF-funded paper accepted for presentation at IEEE ITSC 2017 in Yokohama

The latest paper, a joint effort between Yueshuai Brian He, Prof. Chow, and U. Toronto researcher Dr. Mehdi Nourinejad, has been accepted for presentation in the IEEE Intelligent Transportation Systems Conference held in Yokohama in fall 2017. The paper topic, “A Privacy Design Problem for Sharing Transport Service Tour Data”, investigates a method to protect the privacy of a private transport operator’s tour data by anonymizing it under the constraint of providing sufficiently accurate user performance metrics for public use. This work should be increasingly important as public agencies and private operators like Via and Lyft seek out data sharing arrangements to support smart cities.

This research is supported by NSF CAREER grant CMMI-1652735.

A preprint of the paper can be found here: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/318451988_A_Privacy_Design_Problem_for_Sharing_Transport_Service_Tour_Data