Connected Vehicles and Intelligent Transportation Systems
Enhancing Wireless Service by Ending Spectrum Scarcity
Improving Communications Systems for Emergencies
1991 Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
1986 MS, Electrical Engineering, Stanford University
1984 BS/BA, Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, Brown University
- Applications of security and privacy
- automotive and transportation security and privacy
- censorship resistance and measurement
- communication networks
- connected vehicles
- elections security
- information and communication technology (ICT)
- Internet of Things (IoT)
- IoT security and privacy
- mobile and app security and privacy
- network security
- security and privacy economics
- security policy and regulation
- systems security
- technical innovation
- Usability and human behavior
Peha believes FCC is heading in wrong direction
EPP/ECE’s Jon Peha believes that FCC deregulation of net neutrality could be a major step backwards for rural broadband development.
ALA names Peha OITP senior fellow
EPP/ECE’s Jon Peha has been named a senior fellow in the American Library Association’s Office for Information Technology Policy.
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Peha comments on net neutrality regulations and potential power of ISPs
According to EPP/ECE’s Jon Peha, changing the current net neutrality regulations would give ISPs much more power.
EPP supports Climate Week 2017
This week, as the southern United States is bombarded by some of the most intense storms in the country’s history, business leaders, researchers, artists and NGOs gather in New York City for Climate Week 2017. EPP faculty voice their support of this timely event.
Peha offers insight on postponed net neutrality hearing
EPP/ECE’s Jon Peha was quoted on Morning Consult regarding the postponement of net neutrality ground rule hearings with the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
Peha quoted on net neutrality regulations
The FCC claims that internet users would ultimately benefit from the elimination of net-neutrality rules because of the competition it would spark among ISPs. EPP’s Jon Peha comments in an article for CBS MoneyWatch.
Peha invited to serve on State Department committee
EPP/ECE’s Jon Peha has been invited by the State Department to serve on the Advisory Committee on International Communications and Information Policy
Routers on wheels take the internet on the road
Researchers have been working in Portugal testing models for a connected vehicle network that can provide internet access for users on the go.