[Other] Congratulations to Harald Øverby
Harald Øverby has been promoted to full professor with effect from Sept. 15, 2016.
[Publication] Paper accepted at FAST 2017
The paper “HashTag erasure codes” by Katina Kralevska and Danilo Gligoroski has been accepted to be presented as a poster at 15th USENIX Conference on File and Storage Technologies (FAST), to be held in Santa Clara, US-CA, Feb. 27 - Mar. 2, 2017.
[Other] Erasmus+ grant for the SecTech project
The Erasmus+ project “Innovation and Excellence in Cyber-security teaching in Higher Education (SecTech)” has been granted for funding by EU. NTNU participates in this project with Prof. Danilo Gligoroski and Prof. Sokratis Katsikas from the Department of Information Security and Communication Technology (IIK).
About the project:
The SecTech project is a project between 7 European universities: Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (coordinator), University of Oulu - Finland, University of Regensburg - Germany, Katholike Universiteit Leuven - Belgium, Norwegian University of Science and Technology - Norway, University of Plymouth - UK, and University of Vienna - Austria.
The activities of this project will revolve around the fulfilment of the following objectives:
- Jointly develop Cyber-Security related teaching and training materials at Masters and PhD level.
- Create within each partner institution, a centre for cyber-security teaching and awareness competences with curriculum encompassing area of expertise of each partner institution.
- Support decision makers in the area of higher education with a set of recommendation on how to improve the quality of teaching in cyber-security.
- Adopt an online collaborative and interactive tool for delivering the courses to remote students.
[Publication] Paper accepted at EUROCRYPT 17
The paper “0-RTT key exchange with full forward secrecy”, by Felix Günther, Britta Hale, Tibor Jager, and Sebastian Lauer, has been accepted for presentation at the 36th Annual International Conference on the Theory and Applications of Cryptographic Techniques (EUROCRYPT), to be held in Paris, France, Apr. 30 - May 4, 2017.
[Publication] Paper accepted at PKC 2017
The paper “A modular security analysis of EAP and IEEE 802.11” by Chris Brzuska (Hamburg University of Technology) and Håkon Jacobsen has been accepted for presentation at the 20th IACR International Conference on Practice and Theory of Public-Key Cryptography (PKC 2017), to be held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands, March 28-31, 2017.
[Publication] Paper accepted at AINA 2017
The paper “A Trust Based Distributed Intrusion Detection Mechanism for the Internet of Things” by Zeeshan Ali Khan and Peter Herrmann, has been accepted as a full paper for presentation at the , to be held in Taipei, Taiwan, March 27-29, 2017.
[Open positions] PostDoc and PhD research fellowship positions in the CINELDI project
The Department of Information Security and Communication Technology (IIK, ref Telematics in the call) invites applications for 1 PostDoc and 3 PhD research fellowship positions connected to Centre for intelligent electricity distribution (CINELDI). CINELDI is a cross-disciplinary research Centre for Environment-friendly Energy Research (FME) awarded by the Research Council of Norway.
Details about each position are found on CINELDI's pages and in the announcement text. The positions that will be hosted by IIK are referred to as IE-001, IE-003, IE-004, and IE.006 in the call (see details in the announcement text).
Application deadline: Feb 1, 2017
[PhD graduation] Congratulations to Joakim Klemets
Joakim Klemets successfully completed his trial lecture and PhD thesis defence on Fri Dec 16 2016 and will be awarded the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Telematics).
The title of his thesis is "Support for nurses’ strategies to handle (un)wanted nurse calls: a design science approach" and the given topic for his trial lecture was "Involving users in IT-design: Differences between design science, participatory design and user-centered design and the methodological challenges of combining them".
The following committee had been appointed to evaluate her thesis, trial lecture and defence:
- Assoc. Prof. Claus Bossen, Aarhus Universitet
- Assoc. Prof. Mariann Fossum, University of Agder, Grimstad
- Prof. Finn Arve Aagesen, Department of Telematics, NTNU
Joakim Klemets carried out his PhD work at the Department of Telematics, NTNU. His main supervisor was Prof. Pieter Jelle Toussaint.
[Open position] PhD research fellowship position in policy-based networked applications and service configuration
The Department of Telematics invites applications for PhD research fellowship position in policy-based networked applications and service configuration.
The growth in Internet's size, number of dynamic services and interdependencies between actors and services implies more complex configuration and the need for dynamic real-time configuration. Dedicated service and network management applications are required to automate the complicated and dynamic configuration present in to-days systems. Such systems need business models as well as interoperable data models of network topology, network services and policy rules to support the design, deployment, configuration and maintenance of network services. New architecture concepts like the Network Function Virtualization (NFV) shift the emphasis towards the dynamic mapping of services. One response to this challenge is the IETF framework SUPA (Simplified Use of Policy Abstractions). The project should focus on the design, implementation and experimentation with a framework for network service configuration. Example services are Instant VPN (Virtual Private Network), VPC (Virtualized Private Cloud) and VSP (Virtual Service Provider). Another focus will be to design suitable business models and to model the economic business relations between the various actors in this ecosystem
Application deadline: Feb 15, 2017
[Open position] PhD research fellowship position in secure networking technologies
The Department of Telematics invites applications for PhD research fellowship position in secure networking technologies.
The researcher will work on a project entitled “Securing emerging network technologies with homomorphic encryption”. The overall aim of the project is to design methods for secure processing of network data in emerging networks using practical variants of homomorphic encryption. Recent advances in cryptography will be applied to secure the virtualization of the ICT infrastructure (such as “cloud” processing and storage) and new flexible networking technologies such as software defined networks (SDN) and network function virtualization (NFV). Work tasks will include: analysis of suitable network functions for homomorphic processing; analysis of practical homomorphic encryption algorithms; secure protocol design and analysis; and experimental implementations.
Application deadline: Feb 1, 2017