The CSUN Mobile Computing Group is advancing research in mobile and wearable systems, targeting applications in health, security, data science, and education. Since 2011, the group has been the research home of graduate, undergraduate, and visiting students at CSUN working in the fields of wearable computing, wireless health, mHealth, mobile security, hardware-based system security, wireless sensor networks, mobile user interfaces, serious games, and algorithms for embedded and distributed systems.
Ani Nahapetian. Side-Channel Attacks on Mobile and Wearable Systems. IEEE Conference Consumer Communications and Networking (CCNC),
Allen Sarkisyan, Ryan Debbiny, Ani Nahapetian. WristSnoop: Smartphone PINs Prediction using Smartwatch Motion Sensors. IEEE Workshop
on Information Forensics and Security (WIFS), November 2015.
Ashton Holmes, Sunny Desai, Ani Nahapetian. LuxLeak: Capturing Computing Activity Using Smart Device Ambient Light Sensors. ACM Smart Objects, October 2016.
Dina Najeeb. Mobile Technology for Eye Health Monitoring. Masters Dissertation, California State University Northridge, 2015.
Gladys Mae Garcia, Ani Nahapetian. Wearable Computing for Image-Based Indoor Navigation of the Visually Impaired. ACM Wireless Health,