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Research Seminars

The Information Security Group holds research seminars every Thursday from 11am-12pm. Room details will be announced on this page for the 2015-16 academic year in due course. All Welcome!

The directions can be found here.

If you would like to receive the seminar announcements, please subscribe to the seminar mailing list. For more information, please contact Lorenzo Cavallaro or Martin Albrecht. Full announcements with title, abstract and short biographies of the speakers can be found in the mailinglist archives.

Academic Year 2015/16 Seminars

Autumn Term

  • Tobias Wüchner 2015-10-01 11:00 Windsor 0-03: Towards leveraging quantitative data flow analysis for behavior-based malware detection
  • Pedro García-Teodoro 2015-10-8 11:00 Windsor 0-03: Anomaly detection in smart devices: proposals and challenges
  • Raja Naeem Akram 2015-10-15 11:00 Windsor 0-03: Enhancing Java Runtime Environment for Smart Cards Against Runtime Attacks
  • Mansour Ahmadi 2015-10-22 11:00 Windsor 0-03: Windows Malware Classification: Microsoft Malware Challenge 2015 as a Case Study
  • Christian Reuter 2015-10-29 11:00 Windsor 0-03: Data Retrievability in the Cloud and Secure Biometric Authentication
  • Bart Preneel 2015-11-05 15:00 Windsor 0-02: Cryptography and Information Security in the post-Snowden era
  • Jacob Schuldt 2015-11-12 11:00 Windows 0-03: Securing Public Key Encryption in the Presence of Bad Randomness
  • Siaw-Lynn Ng 2015-11-19 11:00 Windsow 0-03: Disjoint difference families and their applications
  • Thalia Laing 2015-11-26 11:00 Windsor 0-03: Localised Multisecret Sharing
  • Enrique Larraia De Vega 2015-12-03 11:00 Windsor 0-03: Multilinear Maps form Obfuscation
  • Per Thorsheim 2015-12-10 11:00  Windsor 0-03: Why are passwords so #&)"£$(+@! Difficult?

Spring Term

  • Thyla Van Der Merwe and Sam Scott (Royal Holloway) 2016-01-21 Thu 11:00-12:00 Windsor 0-03: Automated Analysis of TLS 1.3: 0-RTT, Resumption and Delayed Authentication
  • Lizzie Coles-Kemp (Royal Holloway) 2016-01-28 Thu 11:00-12:00 Windsor 0-03: Service Users: Saints or Sinners?
  • Peter Ryan (University of Luxembourg) 2016-02-04 Thu 11:00-12:00 Windsor 0-03: Voting with Transparent Verification and Coercion Mitigation
  • Graham Bent and Hamish Hunt (IBM) 2016-02-11 Thu 11:00-12:00 Windsor 0-03: Making Fully Homomorphic Encryption Practical
  • Eric Rescorla (Mozilla) 2016-02-12 Fri 16:00-17:00 ABLT2: The TLS 1.3 Protocol
  • TBD 2016-02-18 Thu 11:00-12:00 Windsor 0-03 Windsor 0-03: TBD
  • Awais Rashid (Lancaster) 2016-02-23 Tue 14:00-15:00: Discovering “Unknown Known" Security Requirements
  • Peter Gazi (IST Austria) 2016-03-03 Thu 11:00-12:00 Windsor 0-03: Applications of the Sponge Paradigm: PRFs, MACs, PRNGs and KDFs
  • Changyu Dong (Strathclyde) 2016-03-10 Thu 11:00-12:00 Windsor 0-03: TBC

Summer Term

  • Léo Ducas (CWI Amsterdam) 2016-04-26 Tue 11:00-12:00 HLT2: TBC
  • William Enck (NC State University) 2016-04-28 Thu 11:00-12:00 HLT2: TBC
  • Giampaolo Bella (Università di Catania) 2016-05-05 Thu 11:00-12:00 HLT2: TBC
  • Peter Hall (Central St Martins University of the Arts London) 2016-05-12 Thu 11:00-12:00 HLT2: TBC
  • Gabriel Macia Fernandez (University of Granada) 2016-05-19 Thu 11:00-12:00 HLT2: Can we Dive into the Deep Internet? A Networking Perspective
  • TBD () 2016-05-26 Thu 11:00-12:00 HLT2: TBC
  • Filippo Valsorda (CloudFlare) 2016-06-02 Thu 11:00-12:00 HLT2: TBC
  • Simon Blackburn (Royal Holloway) 2016-06-09 Thu 11:00-12:00 HLT2: TBC

Details about seminars that have taken place in past academic years can be viewed on the Research Seminars Archive page.

 

 

 

  
 
 
 

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