Patrick Tague

Assistant Research Professor – CyLab ECE INI
Department Electrical and Computer Engineering
Office 222 Building 23
Telephone (650)-335-2827
Fax (650)-603-7032

Research Interests

Patrick's research interests fall under the broad heading of reliable, robust, and secure networking. His research focuses on identifying and managing issues which impact network reliability, performance, interoperability, privacy, and security in wireless networks and networked systems. His goal is to achieve a better understanding of network operation leading to the ability to design protocols and systems that provide seamless operation and transparent service in the face of uncertainty, failure, and attack. Current research is focused in the realm of mobile ad-hoc and mesh networks, where network dynamics, mobility, and resource constraints play a critical role in designing practical solutions.

In the News

  • CMU Team Recognized for Securing the 'Internet of Things'
  •  Patrick  Tague

    Carnegie Mellon, 2009

    Research Area

    Signals and Systems


    Network security; Wireless networking


    PhD, 2009
    Electrical Engineering
    University of Washington

    MS, 2007
    Electrical Engineering
    University of Washington

    BS, 2003
    University of Minnesota

    BS, 2003
    Computer Engineering
    University of Minnesota