ASRG Academic Network connects the researchers, students, professors and professionals in the field of automotive cybersecurity to each other on the global stage.
The ASRG is building the Academic Network to bridge industry and academia. We're working on building a template to create "Academic Societies" at Universities around the world to bring resources to student groups and facilitate their research. Further, we pair Academic Societies with a local chapter to support collaboration between professionals, hackers, and academics. To best equip academic societies, we're building a learning platform so that students can gain access to educational resources in the space. The Academic Network also includes "Technical Committees", or groups of experts from industry and academia that provide solutions to challenges in the space.
Enable the academic community to connect, collaborate and share knowledge
A thriving global community of academic institutions that can collaborate to solve the hardest challenges in automotive security that face industry.
Interested in supporting the ASRG-Academic Network? Start by filling out the survey.
Want to start an Academic Network Society?
Want to establish a Technical Committee?
Are you a student who wants to start a AN Society at your university?
Are you a professor who wants to start a AN Society at your university?
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Missing University Curriculums
Many technically focused universities have yet to react to the market need of dedicated programs aimed at transportation related security.
Inadequate Relationship to Industry
To ensure the availability of talent to support industry needs, a strong relationship between industry and academia is required to inspire, educate, and enable the next technological advancements and talent.
As researchers fail to understand the real industry issues and challenges, innovation fails to make progress in many areas of development.
No Certification Program
The talent pool needs a structured competency management program to allow the future work-force a feeling of accomplishment and employers to ensure talent pool credentials.
High Barrier of Entry
New or exist talent entering the automotive security space find it difficult to obtain needed resources, positive culture, and support to be successful and provide secure solutions in the industry.
To bring the academic community together from different academic institutions and research centers. Bringing academic research and innovation closer to industry
For the tracking the development of the technology and driving the research and innovation in specific areas
A self-learning platform for the competency development and knowledge sharing. Bridging the talent and skills gap.
University of Windsor, Windsor, Ontario, Canada
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA
Mar Athanasius College of Engineering, India
Eastern Michigan University, USA
University of Michigan (Dearborn), USA
Coventry University, UK
Technische Hochschule Ingolstadt, Germany
Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (UFPE), Brazil
University of California, Irvine
To identify people who can support this initiative
To identify the gaps
To suggest the solutions to bridge the gaps