Patrick Drew McDaniel

Patrick Drew McDaniel is an American computer scientist. He is a William L. Weiss Professor of Information and Communications Technology in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science and the Director of the Institute for Networking and Security Research at the Pennsylvania State University. He has made several contributions in the areas of computer security, operating systems, and computer networks. McDaniel is best known for his work in mobile security as well as in electronic voting security, digital piracy prevention, and cellular networks. In recognition of his contributions and service to the scientific community, he was named IEEE Fellow and ACM Fellow. Prior to joining Penn State in 2004, he was a senior research staff member at AT&T Labs. He obtained his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from the University of Michigan, under the supervision of Atul Prakash. Provided by Wikipedia

1
by Zohuri, Bahman, McDaniel, Patrick
Published 2019
Springer International Publishing

2
by Zohuri, Bahman, McDaniel, Patrick
Published 2018
Springer International Publishing

3
by Zohuri, Bahman, McDaniel, Patrick
Published 2015
Springer International Publishing

4
by Zohuri, Bahman, McDaniel, Patrick
Published 2019
Springer International Publishing

5
by Traynor, Patrick, McDaniel, Patrick, La Porta, Thomas
Published 2008
Springer US

6
Published 2007
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Other Authors: '; ...McDaniel, Patrick...