Springer's Most-Read Engineering Paper of 2016? Research on 3D-Printing's Security Flaws.
We interviewed the paper's co-author when it came out. Here's what he said.
A research paper on the security vulnerabilities of 3D printing rose to be the most-read engineering paper of 2016 at Springer Publishing, one of the country’s major publishing houses, NYU Tandon announced last week. Given that Springer has 245+ engineering journals, that’s not nothing.
The paper, Manufacturing and Security Challenges in 3D Printing, was written by Tandon researchers Nikhil Gupta, Steven Eric Zeltmann, Ramesh Karri, and others.
We covered the paper when it came out in July, and had a chance to interview Gupta.