Lustrum Lecture: Cyber War
DSyS open call for joint research proposals on cyber security won by the 3ME/EWI team
The DSyS open call for joint research proposals on cyber security has been won by the 3ME/EWI team members Dr. Tamas Keviczky, Dr. Zekeriya Erkin and Mr. Lakshminarayanan Nandakumar.
Keynote "Blockchain: A Disruptive Technology with its Limitations”
Dr. Zeki Erkin was invited to give a keynote in the 51st International Carnahan Conference on Security Technology in Madrid Spain on “Blockchain: A Disruptive Technology with its Limitations.”
Leon Helsloot is selected and has the best master thesis of EEMCS
We are very happy to inform you that the MSc thesis of Leon Helsloot, who received his MSc degree in August 2017 with a final grade of 9.5
Sjors Hijgenaar receives a 9.5 for his thesis: "A Decentralised Energy Trading Architecture for Future Smart Grid Load Balancing"
Former master student Sjors Hijgenaar, supervised by Z. Erkin and received 9.5 for his thesis, presented his work “A Decentralised Energy Trading Architecture for Future Smart Grid Load Balancing”
It is also open access week at TU Delft
TU Delft Prof Pieter Hartel, associate editor of the Springer Open Access journal Crime Science reports that: * Crime Science is amongst the most read journals of the entire Springer journal collection in Criminology. * Open access papers have more impact. For Crime Science 30% of the papers have been read at least 4,000 times and 10% of the papers have been read at least 10,000 times. * More and more funding agencies require open access publication.
DSys - Cybersecurity @ TU Delft festive meetup
About 35 researchers from different disciplines within Cyber Security @ TU Delft came together to discuss future collaboration and learn about the do’s and don’ts of entrepreneurship in the field.
The Australian government invests $50 million into cyber security research
The Hon Craig Laundy MP, Assistant Minister for Industry, Innovation and Science, announced today that a new industry-led cyber security Cooperative Research Centre (CRC) will build Australia’s cyber security capability and deliver solutions to ensure the safety of our businesses and citizens in cyberspace
TU Delft and SUTD start collaboration on cutting-edge research projects in cyber security.
My research makes ad blockers redundant
Leon Helsloot graduated on August 30th in the group of Zekeriya Erkin (Cyber Security) with a 9.5 for his master thesis: Preservation of Privacy through Cryptography in Online Behavioural Advertising.