28 March 2023
The Cybersecurity Group @ EEMCS Hosts a Meetup for Women in CybersecurityThe Cybersecurity group at TU Delft collaborated with WICCA (Women in Cybersecurity Community Association), to host a meetup on "Cybersecurity in the Age of Artificial Intelligence" on March 27, 2023. The overarching theme of the discussions was how academia and industry can help each other to improve our defense capabilities.
27 March 2023
Road safety & social pressure to speed - A chat with Amir Pooyan AfghariWith its seed funding program, the TU Delft Safety & Security Institute aims to increase the impact of safety & security research and education at TU Delft and to strengthen the position of TU Delft in this field. In this series of 'coffee chats', we talk to the project leaders to find out what is happening.
17 January 2023
TU Delft Safety & Security Institute Funds 8 Seed ProjectsThe TU Delft Safety & Security Institute received no less than 15 proposals from TU Delft researchers for the Seed Funding Call which was issued at the end of 2022. The total amount requested was 187k€ euro, while we had 75k€ available. As a result, we were able to fund 8 proposals.
10 January 2023
Zekeriya Erkin chosen as chair of IEEE Information Forensics and Security Technical CommitteeThe TC’s responsibility is to promote activities around information forensics and security. The TC has significant role in IEEE ICIP, ICASSP and W-IFS and IEEE Trans on IFS, which is the top journal in the field.
01 December 2022
Prof. Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi (TU Darmstadt) gives a Cybersecurity Distinguished talk on Secure Federated LearningProf. Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi from TU Darmstadt, Germany visited TU Delft Cybersecurity group on November 30, 2022, the "International Computer Security Day" and gave a Cybersecurity Distinguished talk on Secure Federated Learning.
Title: "Pushing the Frontiers of Federated Learning: From Security Applications to Mitigation of Poisoning Attack.”
20 October 2022
TU Delft Safety & Security Institute Seed Funding – Call for ProposalsThe TU Delft Safety & Security Institute calls on TU Delft researchers to submit a proposal for seed funding for transdisciplinary collaborative activities in either initial or more advanced phases. The overall aim of the seed funding program is to increase the impact of safety & security research and education at TU Delft and to strengthen the position of TU Delft in this field.
Each year, usually around fall, the Safety & Security Institute issues a call for proposals from TU Delft researchers. In 2020 and 2021 more than 250.000 euro was awarded to projects involving researchers from all TU Delft faculties. See our website for more information about proposals which were awarded in previous rounds.
28 September 2022
TU Delft Cybersecurity group is organizing IEEE Euro S&P 2023TU Delft Cybersecurity group is organizing the 8th IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy in Delft between July 3-7, 2023.
12 September 2022