Samuel Kofi Erskine

Samuel Kofi Erskine
University of Bridgeport · Department of Computer Science & Engineering

Doctor of Philosophy Computer Science/CyberSecurity & Engineering

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Introduction
Dr. Samuel Kofi Erskine holds PhD in computer Science/Cybersecurity and Engineering. Dr. Erskine's research interest spans Vehicular ad hoc networks, wireless sensor network, and concept and practices of Cybersecurity. He is also knowledgeable and uses Artificial Intelligence, machine learning and deep neural networks, fog computing with cloud based integration, optimization algorithms, methods and techniques for his current research and project.
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January 2013 - May 2019
University of Bridgeport
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  • Research Assistant

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Publications (10)
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VANET (vehicular ad hoc network) has a main objective to improve driver safety and traffic efficiency. The intermittent exchange of real-time safety message delivery in VANET has become an urgent concern due to DoS (denial of service) and smart and normal intrusions (SNI) attacks. The intermittent communication of VANET generates huge amount of dat...
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The vehicular ad hoc network (VANET) is a method through which Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) have become important for the benefit of daily life. Real-time detection of all forms of attacks, including hybrid DoS attacks in IEEE 802.11p, has become an urgent issue for VANET. This is due to sporadic real-time exchange of safety and road em...
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The vehicular ad hoc network (VANET) is a method through which Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) have become important for the benefit of daily life. Real-time detection of all forms of attacks, including hybrid DoS attacks in IEEE 802.11p, has become an urgent issue for VANET. This is due to sporadic real-time exchange of safety and road em...
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In Wireless Sensor Network (WSN), congestion must be tackled with sense of urgency. Due to the fact that there is limited memory, battery and less computational capability. Time sensitive application such as battlefield would require efficient transfer of data in order to maintain energy efficiency state of the sensors. WSN current Transport Contro...
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VANET (vehicular ad hoc network) has a main objective to improve driver safety and traffic efficiency. The intermittent exchange of real-time safety message delivery in VANET has become an urgent concern due to DoS (denial of service) and smart and normal intrusions (SNI) attacks. The intermittent communication of VANET generates huge amount of dat...
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The applications of WSN can be quiet numerous. In applications like battlefield monitoring, grid power generation, health systems, sensors are deployed on large scale. During such deployment, energy efficiency must be proficient, which requires clustering, in the WSN architecture. Clustering architecture requires maintenance of sensor nodes due to...
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The applications of WSN can be quiet numerous. In applications like battlefield monitoring, grid power generation, health systems, sensors are deployed on large scale. During such deployment, energy efficiency must be proficient, which requires clustering, in the WSN architecture. Clustering architecture requires maintenance of sensor nodes due to...
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In this paper; we introduce novel technique in which effective communication of the Smartphone can be achieved. It is used as a platform to investigate a correlation that exists between securing the Smartphone and efficient emergency communication. We conducted to include several radio technologies, such as cognitive radio (CR). Cognitive radio dea...
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This work proposes model design in securing the IEEE 802.16 WiMAX Physical and MAC layer, using Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) and STBC model. Typically, it addresses the physical and MAC layer security concerns, using a Space Time Block Coding (STBC), link encryption, and Message Authentication Code (MAC) technique. The model co...

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To achieve secure and efficient data aggregation for mission critical application in WSN