SRM seminar

The SRM is a joint research meeting of the SaToSS and APSIA groups supported by LACS and SnT. The SRM talks take place on Tuesdays at 10:30am in MNO-E03-25-110 on the Belval Campus unless otherwise indicated. The SRM features presentations on ongoing research in security, privacy, and trust.

If you are interested in joining the seminar's mailing list, or in giving a talk at the seminar, contact Peter Rønne or Jun Pang. The next upcoming presentation is highlighted in boldface. A Google calendar of the SRM and related seminars is available.


No. Date Presenter Title Abstracts
377 December 19th, 14:00 Yang Zhang (CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security) Language in Our Time: An Empirical Analysis of Hashtags Abstract
376 December 9, 14:00, MNO 1.010 Christian Majenz (QuSoft) Can you sign a quantum state? Abstract
375 October 30, 14:00, MNO 1.050 Hüseyin Demirci (University of Minho) The Next Generation Sequencing Era: Applications, Challenges and Threats Abstract
374 October 24th, 10:30 Matteo Acclavio (INRIA Saclay) Combinatorial proofs for modal logic Abstract
373 October 24th, 10:30 Lutz Strassburger (INRIA Saclay) Combinatorial proofs and their normalization Abstract
372 August 30th, 10:30 Cheng-Te Li (National Cheng Kung University) Learning Feature Representation in Heterogeneous Information Networks Abstract
371 August 9th, 10:30, MNO 0345100 Yang Zhang (CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security) Updates-Leak: Data Set Inference and Reconstruction Attacks in Online Learning Abstract
370 July 10th, 10:30, MNO 0345100 Sergiu Bursuc (INRIA Nancy) Secure evoting and fair exchange with minimal trust Abstract
369 July 8, 14:00, MNO 1.020 Jintai Ding (University of Cincinnati) Post-quantum key exchange and recent progress Abstract
368 June 25, 14:00 Yury Zhauniarovich (Perfect Equanimity) Characterizing Bitcoin Donations to Open Source Software on GitHub Abstract
367 June 11, 10:30, MNO 1.040 Markus Dürmuth (Ruhr University Bochum) Passwords are dead - What's next? Abstract
366 May 7, 10:30, MNO 1.050 Chloe Martindale (Eindhoven University of Technology) CSIDH: an efficient post-quantum commutative group action Abstract
365 May 6, 14:00 Wei Guo (Nanjing University) Second-Child Birth Intentions of China's Floating Population: Influences from Socioeconomic Factors and Home Ownership Abstract
364 April 26, 10:30, MNO 1.010 Richard Clayton (University of Cambridge) Booters: who runs them and how might we make them stop? Abstract
363 April 24, 14:00 Mathias Ramparison (Université Paris XIII) Decision problems for parametric timed automata and application to attack-fault trees Abstract
362 April 11, 10:00 Tiansi Dong (Bonn University) Imposing Category Trees Onto Word-Embeddings Using A Geometric Construction Abstract
361 April 1, 10:30, MNO 1.030 Isa Sertkaya (TUBITAK BILGEM) Attacks and new proposals on e-checkbook schemes, and Vote privacy issue on Estonian i-Voting System Abstract
360 March 28, 10:30, MSA 3.230 Ehsan Ebrahimi (ENS Paris) Post-Quantum Security in the Presence of Superposition Queries Abstract
359 March 14, 10:30 Vivek Nigam (Fortiss Gmbh) Model-Based Safety and Security Engineering Abstract
358 March 13, 14:00 Hyunwoo Lee (Seoul National University) maTLS: How to Make TLS middlebox-aware? Abstract
357 February 21, 10:30 Anton Feenstra (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam) Exhaustive simulation of epistatic patterns using Petri net models Abstract
356 February 19, 10:30 Mete Akgun (University of Tuebingen) Privacy-Preserving Processing of Genomic Data Abstract
355 February 7, 10:30, MNO 1.040 Jiangshan Yu (Monash University) RepuCoin: An extra resilient blockchain consensus system Abstract
354 February 5, 10:30, MNO 1.040 Damien Desfontaines (ETH) Differential privacies: a taxonomy of semantic data privacy definitions Abstract
353 January 22, 14:00, MSA 2.220 Jintai Ding (University of Cincinnati) Quantum-Proof Blockchain Abstract
352 January 22, 10:30, MNO 1.020 Dennis Jackson (University of Oxford) Automated Analysis of Digital Signatures’ Unexpected Behaviours Abstract
351 January 11, 11:30, MNO 1.020 David Naccache (ENS) Missing Species in the Digital Signatures Zoo? Abstract