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[Publication] Paper accepted at RNDM 2014

The paper « Using genetic algorithms to improve the reliability of dual homed wireless critical services » by Eirik L. Følstad and Bjarne E. Helvik has been accepted for presentation at the 6th International Workshop on Reliable Networks Design and Modeling (RNDM), to be held in Barcelona, Spain, Nov 17-19, 2014.

2014/09/21 10:17


[Publication] Paper accepted at RNDM 2014

The paper « On the impact of software failures on time division multiplexed passive optical networks dependability » by Alvaro Fernandez and Norvald Stol has been accepted for presentation at the 6th International Workshop on Reliable Networks Design and Modeling (RNDM), to be held November 17-19 in Barcelona, Spain.

2014/09/19 13:46


[Visiting] PhD student Florian Bergsma

Florian Bergsma is visiting our department this week. Florian Bergsma is finishing his PhD at the Ruhr Uni­ver­si­ty Bo­chum, Ger­ma­ny. His research focuses on pu­blic-key cryp­to­gra­phy, lat­ti­ce-ba­sed cryp­to­gra­phy, cryp­to­gra­phic pro­to­cols, and di­gi­tal si­gna­tu­re sche­mes.

2014/09/19 09:47


[Publication] Paper accepted at NeCOM 2014

The paper « On the modeling of openflow-based SDNs: the single node case » by Kashif Mahmood, Ameen Chilwan, Olav N. Østerbø and Michael Jarschel, has been accepted for presentation at the 6th International Conference on Networks and Communications (NeCOM), to be held in Dubai, UAE, Nov 7-8, 2014.

2014/09/18 14:11


[Visiting] Prof. Dr. Heinz Schmidt and Dr. Jan Olaf Blech

Prof. Dr. Heinz Schmidt and Dr. Jan Olaf Blech from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, are visiting the Department from September 22 to 26, 2014. They will sit mostly in Peter Herrmann's office in A-265.

Heinz' research focuses on Software Architectures and eResearch which includes aspects of Big Data, Cloud Computing, Machine to Machine, Internet of Things and Collaborative Engineering. He is director of the Australia-India Research Centre for Automation Software Engineering (AICAUSE).

Jan's research focus is on Formal Methods, in particular, Verification of Spatiotemporal Properties, and on Collaborative Engineering.

Heinz and Jan will presesent their work within a seminar on Tuesday, September 23, from 10 to 16 in Savannen. The timeplan for this seminar will be presented separately.

2014/09/17 16:59


[Publication] Paper accepted at MoDeVVa 2014

The paper «Modeling Spatial Aspects of Safety-Critical Systems with FOCUS-ST» by Maria Spichkova, Jan Olaf Blech, Peter Herrmann, and Heinz Schmidt has been accepted for presentation at the 11th edition of Model-Driven Engineering, Verification and Validation to be held as a workshop of MoDELS 2014 in Valencia.

2014/09/17 16:39


[Committees] TPC chair for PASSWORDS 2014

Stig Frode Mjølsnes serves as a TPC chair for the PASSWORDS Conference, to be held in Trondheim, Dec 8-9, 2014.

Call for paper and tutorials for PASSWORDS 2014.

2014/09/15 14:29


[Media] TU refers to Henning S. Kortvedt's master's thesis when writing about Apple Pay

TU refers to Henning S. Kortved's master's thesis when writing about Apple's upcoming mobile payment system (Apple Pay). Henning S. Kortvedt was a 2-year master's student at ITEM, specializing in information security, and wrote his master's thesis in 2009  under the supervision of Prof. Stig F. Mjøslnes. This work also resulted in a paper entitled « Eavesdropping Near Field Communication » presented at NIK (Norsk informatikk konferanse) in 2009.

Read the article at TU.no... (in Norwegian)

Read Henning S. Kortvedt's master's thesis...

Read the NIK'09 paper...

2014/09/12 17:14


[Visiting] Dr. Douglas Stebila

Dr. Douglas Stebila is visiting our department. He will be here in two chunks, from 11-19 September and 8-24 October and will sit in A-176.

Dr. Douglas Stebila works as a Senior Lecturer at the Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Australia.  His research focuses on cryptography, Internet security, and quantum cryptography.

2014/09/11 12:17


[Publication] Paper accepted at ICT-ACT 2014

The paper « Error-detecting code using linear quasigroups » by Natasha Ilievska and Danilo Gligoroski has been accepted as a full-paper for presentation at the 6th ICT Innovations conference (ICT-ACT), to be held in Ohrid, Macedonia, Sep 9-12, 2014.

The paper will appear in Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing (Springer).

2014/09/10 13:57





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