From October 2020 to March 2021, Thibault de Swarte and I, Marc-Oliver Pahl, had the pleasure to work together with our engineering students Edouard FORTUNET, Ludovic FRANCIS, Paul GERMAINE and Quentin JEZEQUEL on an exciting topic: how to use applications to manage crisis better! Enjoy this report and have a look at the final presentation of the results.
As part of the GT SSLR thematic day on 2021-05-11, Stefan presented his thesis under the title Formalization of network properties for resilient DLTs. The poster, slides, and paper are available on the website of the research group.
On Jun 16, 2021, 17h CET, Pontus Johnson, Professor at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden, will give a talk on “Mutter aller Sicherheitslücken: Arbitrary Code Execution in the Universal Turing Machine”.
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On May 26, 2021, 17h CET, Cyril Cappi, Senior Research Engineer at SNCF, will give a talk on “Dare Cybersecurity Breakthrough : a opportunity to build sovereignty”.
As part of the GT SSLR thematic day, Leo presented his thesis under the title Federated Security Approaches for IT and OT.
Our IM 2021 paper “Crowdsourced AI-Supported IoT Data-Modeling” shows how Artificial Intelligence can help unifying IoT data models during creation. The solution consists of an open repository, an Eclipse-based editor frontend, syntax and semantics validation, and machine-learning supported tagging and completion of data models.
Awaleh presented his thesis work in the framework of the thematic day dedicated to network security held on 11 May 2021 online, in partnership with