Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
Loukas Lazos joined the University of Arizona's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering in August 2007, following receipt of his PhD from University of Washington. His research interests are in the areas of network security, wireless security, user privacy, wireless communications and protocol design.
In 2009 Lazos received the NSF Career Award for his research on the security and fairness of multichannel wireless networks.
He was the general co-chair for the ACM WiSec 2012 Conference and served as the TPC co-chair for the Communication and Information System Security Symposium at GLOBECOM 2013 and the 4th IEEE International Workshop on Data Security and Privacy in Wireless Networks, or DSPAN, 2013. He has served on organizing and technical program committees of numerous international conferences and on panels for several funding agencies.
- PhD: electrical engineering, University of Washington, 2006
- MS: University of Washington, 2003
- BS: National Technical University of Athens, 2000
Computer networks, network security and cybersecurity, cryptography, and wireless systems
Security and privacy of wireless systems, network security, algorithms, network optimization, wireless communications