Mobile, Embedded, & Wireless Security

Patrick Tague

Associate Teaching Professor, INI
Carnegie Mellon University
Silicon Valley Campus
Office: 218 Building 23
Phone: 650-335-2827
Email: tague [at] cmu [dot] edu

Curriculum Vitae
PhD Dissertation


Patrick Tague is an Associate Teaching Professor in the Information Networking Institute at Carnegie Mellon University, responsible for several graduate-level courses in networking, security, and systems. Patrick leads the Mobile, Embedded, and Wireless Security group at the CMU Silicon Valley Campus. Patrick's research interests closely align with his teaching responsibilities and include wireless/mobile/IoT security and privacy; wireless communications and networking; robust and resilience networked systems; and analysis and sense-making of data from sensing devices. Patrick received PhD and MS degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering from the University of Washington as a member of the Network Security Lab and BS degrees in Mathematics and Computer Engineering from the University of Minnesota. Patrick received the Yang Research Award for outstanding graduate research in the UW Electrical Engineering Department, the Outstanding Graduate Research Award from the UW Center for Information Assurance and Cybersecurity, and the NSF CAREER award.

Patrick Tague