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Faculty of Secure Information Technologies School of Computer Technologies and Control

Research laboratory "Design of cyber-physical systems of information protection"

The laboratory "Design of cyber-physical information protection systems" is engaged in solving scientific problems in the field of development and testing of methods and algorithms for information security based on the design of distributed intelligent engineering systems for information protection and technical means of protection. Members of the laboratory team develop hardware and software systems to protect information from leaks through technical channels, access control and management systems, intelligent video surveillance systems using modern methods of information processing on high-performance computing systems, such as graphics processors with streaming data processing and FPGA. A separate direction of the laboratory is aimed at developing specialized installations for the design and manufacture of electronic tools using 3D modeling and various CALS and CASE technologies.

Bachelors, masters and post-graduate students are invited to work in the laboratory to implement their ideas in various practice-oriented research and development projects, as well as to solve various tasks for final qualifying works. Students who take part in the implementation of projects receive a wide range of skills and competencies in the field of designing cyber-physical information security systems such as manufacturing printed circuit boards, writing design and construction documentation, working with various CAD systems (SolidWorks, Altium Designer, AutoCAD), programming microcontrollers (STM, Atmega), configuring and solving problems on XILINX FPGA (Virtex, Spartan, Kintex), as well as working with CNC machines.

To date, the laboratory has two successfully completed projects:
  • "Development of a complex of automation of design and prototyping of electronic means".
  • "Development of a hardware and software platform for protecting a local computer network from distributed denial-of-service attacks.

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