PhD defense of Peter Fratric

On 28 May 2024, Peter Fratric successfully defended his PhD dissertation entitled: A simulation-driven approach to non-compliance. Peter’s PhD work was supervised by Tom van Engers, Sander Klous, and Giovanni Sileno.

IFIP WG11.4 workshop in Ghent

After a successful recommencement in 2023, IFIP Working Group 11.4 “Network & Distributed Systems Security” gathered to a workshop in Ghent on 15-17 May 2024. Security researchers from several countries discussed cutting-edge research in network and distributed systems security, including the security of distributed machine learning, privacy in distributed systems, and security of the Internet of Things.

Workshop at 10th International Conference on ICT for Sustainability (ICT4S)

At the 10th International Conference on ICT for Sustainability (ICT4S), Ana and Pepijn organise a workshop on Sustainable Privacy Enhancing Techniques!

EU project on data protection and self-sovereign identity gets funding

The project LICORICE (reLIable and sCalable tOols foR self-sovereIgn identity and data proteCtion framEwork) is a pan-European cooperation of research and industry players, focusing on developing the next generation of tools and technologies for identity management and data protection.

PhD defense of Mostafa Mohajeri Parizi

On 4 April 2024, Mostafa Mohajeri Parizi successfully defended his PhD dissertation entitled: An Agent-based Approach to the Governance of Complex Cyber-Infrastructures. Mostafa’s PhD work was supervised by Tom van Engers, Sander Klous, and Giovanni Sileno.

Large national cybersecurity project gets funding

The project Challenges in Cyber Security is a cooperation of five Dutch institutions (CWI, RU, TU/e, UvA, and VU) with the aim of making fundamental contributions to security research. It is one of the seven projects in the Netherlands to receive an NWO Gravitation grant this year, providing altogether 21.

Best paper award for article in Forensic Science International: Digital Investigation

The article Assessing data remnants in modern smartphones after factory reset, published in September 2023 in the journal Forensic Science International: Digital Investigation, has won the Best Paper Award 2023. The paper was selected from a list of high-quality research papers published in FSI:DI over the past two years.

Vacancy: Assistant Professor in Future Cloud Computing Technologies

Join our team! We have an open Assistant Professor position in the area of Future Cloud Computing Technologies. Potential research topics include green cloud computing, data management in cloud computing, security and privacy in cloud computing, cloud services for machine learning, sovereignty of cloud services, software engineering for cloud-based software, cloud-to-edge continuum.

PhD defense of Xin Zhou

On 16 February 2024, Xin Zhou successfully defended her PhD dissertation entitled “From Empowering to Motivating: Enhancing Policy Enforcement through Process Design and Incentive Implementation”. Xin’s PhD work was supervised by Cees de Laat and Tom van Engers, and co-supervised by Adam Belloum and Sander Klous.

Paper Accepted @JSS

The paper titled iCoLa+: An extensible meta-language with support for exploratory language development by Damian Frolich and L. Thomas van Binsbergen is accepted by the Journal of Systems and Software.