News and Activities
RTG2050 researchers are organizing the 3rd Interdisciplinary Workshop on Privacy and Trust at ARES 2020
The 3rd Interdisciplinary Workshop on Privacy and Trust (iPAT 2020) will be held in conjunction with the 15th International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES 2020) weiter
Second funding phase for RTG PAT approved go
Prof. Dr. Nadia Abou Nabout from the Vienna University of Economics and Business will give a lecture on 19th November 2019. go
Aidmar Wainakh presenting his Paper “Efficient Privacy-Preserving Recommendations based on Social Graphs” at the ACM Conference Series on Recommender Systems (RecSys 2019) go
RTG member Markus Uhlmann successfully completed his Ph.D.
Markus Uhlmann successfully completed his disputation for his thesis titled “Herausforderungen, Kriterien und Alternativen soziotechnischer Datenschutzgestaltung – Überlegungen zur Gestaltung einer Vertrauensinfrastruktur für einen netzgerechten Datenschutz” on August, 26th. He is, therefore, the 6th full-time student of the RTG to complete his Ph.D. within the ambitious 3-year timeframe. Congratulations.
This year's lecture series “Female Scientists for Female Students” started with lecture by Ass.-Prof. Dr. Oksana Kulyk. go
RTG member Nora Wessels successfully completed her Ph.D.
Nora Wessels successfully completed her disputation for her thesis titled “Eine ökonomische Analyse des Wertes von Privatsphäre und personenbezogener Daten aus Unternehmens- und Nutzerperspektive” on July, 4th. She is, therefore, the 5th full-time student of the RTG to complete her Ph.D. within the ambitious 3-year timeframe. Congratulations.
Lecture series “Female Scientists for Female Students” starts again on 17th July 2019 go
Success for PAT researchers go
A paper as the result of a collaboration of the ENCRYPTO group of TU Darmstadt, led by PAT member Prof. Dr.-Ing. Thomas Schneider, with researchers from Graz University of Technology and was accepted at the top conference USENIX Security 2019.