Protection in Infrastructures and Networks (PIN) Seminar

Protection in Infrastructures and Networks (PIN) Seminar

The PIN Seminar (German SIN: Schutz von verteilten Infrastrukturen und Netzwerken) is a cycle of seminars where students are given the chance to read and analyze current scientific publications spanning various subjects of computer and communications security (Mehr erfahren).

The goals of the PIN seminar are threefold:

  • Introduce students to a research area,
  • Critically read and analyze scientific papers, and
  • Present a field or scientific area in both written and spoken forms.

The PIN Seminar is targeted at computer science students (or related areas, such as electrical engineering) that are working towards their Diploma, Master's or Bachelor's Degrees, with a focus on IT Security.

Topics include:

  • Botnet detection and monitoring
  • Blockchains/distributed ledgers
  • Machine learning for security
  • Computational trust
  • Applications of blockchain technology
  • Smart grid resilience & security
  • Security for the IoT
  • Intrusion and Crime detection
  • Anonymous communication

Course Content

Course Lanugage

Moodle Course

Please register yourself for the following Moodle course:

Important Announcements for WiSe20/21

Due to the well-known social distancing rules, no face to face kick-off meeting will be held. The seminar will be coordinated via moodle.

Teaching Staff

Name Office E-mail
Dr.-Ing. Andrea TundisS2|02 A316
Dr.-Ing. Nikolaos AlexopoulosS2|02 A313