Three TK researchers (Aidmar Wainakh, Nikolaos Alexopoulos and Sebastian Günther) successfully completed their Ph.D.
Three researchers of the Telecooperation Lab have recently completed their disputations: Aidmar Wainakh, Nikolaos Alexopoulos and Sebastian Günther.
Accepted Papers and Awards at CHI‘22
This year's top conference on Human-Computer Interaction, CHI 2022, took place in New Orleans, USA and was a great success for the HCI group of the Telecooperation Lab. In summary, we presented five full papers, two late breaking works and one workshop:
Special issue on “Compute Continuum and Edge Intelligence for next-generation Smart Systems” within the Journal “Frontiers – in the Internet of Things”.
Deadline for abstract submissions: 17 June 2022. Deadline for manuscript submissions: 13 July 2022.
Special issue on “Artificial Intelligence-Based Approaches for Future Cybersecurity Applications and Crime Detection” within the Journal of Applied Sciences – section “Computing and Artificial Intelligence”.
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 10 June 2022.
ACM appoints Prof. Dr. Max Mühlhäuser as Distinguished Member
For his outstanding scientific contributions to computer science, Prof. Dr. Max Mühlhäuser, head of the Telecooperation Lab, was named Distinguished Member by The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).
Accepted Paper at the ACM Digital Threats: Research and Practice (DTRAP) Journal
Researchers from TK and the Security&Privacy group from the University of Hamburg had a paper titled “Insiders Dissected: New Foundations and a Systematisation of the Research on Insiders” accepted at the ACM DTRAP Journal in 2021 with the Special Issue on Insider Threats.
Paper accepted at USENIX Security '22
TK researchers had a paper accepted to be presented at the flagship USENIX Security Symposium 2022.
Accepted Journal Article at Elsevier Journal of Computers & Security
TK researchers had their paper titled “A Feature-driven Method for Automating the Assessment of OSINT Cyber Threat Sources” in the context of Cyber Threat Intelligence, accepted at Elsevier Journal of Computers & Security, in December 2021.
Paper accepted at PETS 2022
TK researchers, in a collaboration with the AI&ML group, had their paper titled “User-Level Label Leakage from Gradients in Federated Learning” accepted at one of the top conferences on privacy, the annual Privacy Enhancing Technologies Symposium (PETS) 2022 conference in July 11–15, 2022 Sydney, Australia.
Accepted Papers at Elsevier Journal of Computers & Electrical Engineering
Accepted journal articles at Elsevier Journal of Computers & Electrical Engineering, special issue on Research challenges and directions of Data Mining in Edge Computing systems , November 2021.
Accepted Papers and Awards at CHI‘21
This year's top conference on Human-Computer Interaction, CHI 2021, was a great success for the HCI group of the Telecooperation Lab. TK presented three full papers, three late breaking works and an interactivity
Paper accepted at ACM TOPS Journal
We are thrilled to announce that our paper “On generating network traffic datasets with synthetic attacks for intrusion detection” is accepted at ACM Transactions on Privacy and Security (TOPS) journal.
Article published in Sensors 2020 Journal.
The article “Detecting and Tracking Criminals in the Real World through an IoT-Based System” has been published in Sensors Journal, in July 2020.
Paper accepted at the International Conference of Computational Science 2020 – (ICCS 2020).
The paper “On the Automated Assessment of Open-Source Cyber Threat Intelligence Sources” was accepted at International Conference of Computational Science 2020, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 3-5 June, 2020.
Paper accepted at IWPE@EuroS&P
The paper “Enhancing Privacy via Hierarchical Federated Learning” was accepted at the International Workshop on Privacy Engineering (IWPE), to be co-located with the IEEE EuroS&P 2020 conference in September 7-11, 2020 in Genova, Italy.