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Eureka Labs is a security education platform started in 2018 to help students and educators have access to free computer security materials. Our goal is to make Eureka Labs the only resource you would need for your computer security lab materials.

This is an NSF-sponsored project to train and educate the future workforce in mobile security. The project started in July 2018 and has an estimated end date last of August 2021. Learn More...

MISSION

Security through Education

The field of mobile security includes a treasure-trove of elegant concepts and clever techniques. The main goal of this site is to publish a variety of intriguing and challenging hands-on laboratories to advance mobile security training and education.

We call these laboratory projects Eureka Experiences in reference to the “aha!” moment of understanding a previously incomprehensible concept. We seek to create illuminating learning experience by incorporating inquiry-based learning activities to hands-on laboratories.


Principal Investigators

Liran Ma

Associate Professor Computer Science Texas Christian University

Curby Alexander

Associate Professor College of Education Texas Christian University

Zhipeng Cai

Associate Professor Computer Science Georgia State University

Wei Cheng

Assistant Professor Computer Science University of Washington

Research Assistants

Kien Nguyen

Undergraduate Student Computer Science Texas Christian University

Megan Phan

Undergraduate Student Computer Science Texas Christian University

Riley Durbin

Undergraduate Student Computer Science Texas Christian University

Peng Wang

Ph.D. Student Computer Science Georgia State University

Emma Beebe

Undergraduate Student Electrical Engineer Texas Christian University

Shane Mitchel

Undergraduate Student Information Technology Texas Christian University

Trang Dao

Undergraduate Student Computer Science Texas Christian University

Former Members

Blake Lucas

Graduated May 2019 Computer Science Texas Christian University

This website was initially developed as a part of a senior design project in the Department of Computer Science at TCU by: Antonio Rodriguez, Dylan Perez, Geordie Jones, Sabyasachi Sahoo, Hunter Merritt