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Latest artwork "APES" by Berlin-based media artist Marco Barotti presented at the Faculty of Computer Science at Ruhr-Universität Bochum (RUB).

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CASA cordially invites you to the next ITS regulars' table on Thursday 5 May at 12 pm.

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Michael Walter brings together research areas that, at first glance, have little to do with each other – ranging from algebra to quantum computing.

 

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Practical applications are often complex and mathematically messy – which is why theoretical research has often dealt with problems that have nothing to do with real-world situations. Eike Kiltz hopes…

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History is full of unprecedented crimes. In the age of digitalisation, the scope has widened even more. Alena Naiakshina gives an example in the series "The greatest crimes".

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Young researchers can now register for the CASA Summer School on the topic of Blockchain Security.

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The Faculty of Computer Science invites students to the job fair ITS.Connect on May 3, 2022.

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Junior scientists can explore cryptography in practice at the Summer School in Bonn from September 12 to 16, 2022.

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Stealing design plans from chips can be profitable. An interdisciplinary research team wants to prevent the theft of ideas.

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The CASA/HGI office is looking for a full-time team assistant with immediate effect.

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CASA cordially invites you to the next ITS regulars' table this Thursday, April 7 at 6pm.

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At the end of the art-science residency RE:SEARCHING IT SECURITY, Marco Barotti will present his artwork APES on the RUB campus - before it starts its journey to international art festivals directly…

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Around 2 million euros in funding for his research on software security.

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Nearly 2 million euros in funding for machine learning project at TU Braunschweig.

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The paper "Faster Addition and Doubling on Elliptic Curves" by Daniel J. Bernstein and Tanja Lange is honored.

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With regard to the current situation, CASA wants to help fled and persecuted researchers.

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