Cryptography experts at TU Graz, together with their colleagues at TU Darmstadt, have developed a privacy-protecting security software for mobile messaging services. Find out more and read the full article HERE! Picture © Lunghammer – TU Graz/TU Darmstadt
About Martina Wetzl-Piewald
This author has yet to write their bio.
Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud Martina Wetzl-Piewald contributed a whooping 10 entries.
Listen to the Technical AI Safety podcast on Safe Reinforcement Learning via Shielding with Bettina Könighofer of IAIK and Rüdiger Ehlers of Clausthal University of Technology, Germany. More details on the episode can also be found here.
We welcome Sujoy Sinha Roy as assistant professor in cryptographic engineering at IAIK. Sujoy is interested in the implementation aspects of cryptography. He is a co-designer of ‘Saber’ which is a finalist in NIST’s Post-Quantum Cryptography Standardization Project. He received the PhD degree in 2017 with ‘Summa cum laude with congratulations from the examination committee’ […]
SGS and TU Graz announce the opening of Lamarr Security Research, a non-profit research center focusing on information security and establishing trust in digital systems and products. This new research environment is open for partner sponsors to work together, and to make the world a safer place. Stefan Mangard from Graz University of Technology (left) […]
Together with their international colleagues Michael Schwarz (CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security) and David Oswald (University of Birmingham), computer scientists Moritz Lipp, Andreas Kogler, Catherine Easdon, Claudio Canella and Daniel Gruss from Graz University of Technology present PLATYPUS attacks: a method that allows power side-channel attacks even without physical access. You can find the […]
IAIK student Peter Grassberger has been awarded a funding of 6.000€ for a project extending his Master’s Thesis. The funding is provided by Digitale TU Graz and Vice Rector for Digitalisation and Change Management Claudia von der Linden. In his project, Mr. Grassberger develops a system which enables students to receive their graduation diploma (e.g. […]
After four intense months of qualification, the best participants competed in the finals of the annual Austrian Cyber Security Challenge on 21st October. The competition took place among school pupils, students, and general “hackers” in Austria. The 16 challenges comprised several categories: Reverse Engineering, Exploitation, Machine Learning, Web Security, Programming, Cryptography, Forensics, Networking, and Mathematics […]
You want to pursue an academic career in information security? IAIK is expanding and we are looking forward to your application. We offer a vibrant research environment with many options for funding and collaborations. Here you can find the full job description and details on the application process for the following open position: Tenure Track […]
IAIK student Martin Schwarzl has received an award for this year’s best master thesis by the “Forum Technik und Gesellschaft” of the TU Graz. His work focuses on the IT-security leak NetSpectre. Find out more about it here.Congratulations; keep up the good work!
Michael Schwarz has been selected as the Winner of this year’s EuroSys Roger Needham PhD award. It is awarded annually to a PhD student “from a European university whose thesis is regarded to be an exceptional, innovative contribution to knowledge in the computer systems area”. Congratulations!