The investigation of technical solutions for a privacy-preserving contract tracing approaches in the context of the current COVID-19 pandemic shows that major differences and their perceptions in the field of data collection, data management, and data privacy exist. More info here
Getoar Gallopeni, a UZH BSc student in Informatics, represented the CSG at the virtual IFIP Networking 2020 conference with a demonstration paper entitled "A Practical Analysis on the Mirai Botnet Traffic" by Getoar Gallopeni, Bruno Rodrigues, Muriel Franco, Burkhard Stiller. More info here
Part of the CSG Blockchain Team prepared and presented a tutorial on the first day of the fully virtualized IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium (NOMS 2020), Budapest, Hungary on Monday, April 20, 2020. More info here.
The CSG@IfI prepared a joint white paper with the Papers AG, Dammstrasse 16, CH-6300 Zug, Switzerland on an approach and open source application for voluntary use in the current COVID-19 pandemic: WeTrace - A Privacy-preserving Mobile COVID-19 Tracing Approach and Application. More info here
CSG attended the 35th ACM/SIGAPP Symposium on Applied Computing with two papers of "Design and Implementation of Cast-as-intended Verifiability for a Blockchain-based Voting System" and "Toward Scalable Blockchains with Transaction Aggregation". More info here.
Inosuisse funds cooperation between the University of Zurich and Livealytics. The research project PasWITS (Passive Wireless Intelligence Tracking System) is a research project exploring fundamental points from a research and business perspectives. More info here
CSG was active at the IEEE Globecom 2019 Workshop on "Blockchains in Telecommunications: Emerging Technologies Decade and Beyond" and the IEEE Globecom 2019 Industrial Forum on "Blockchains in Telecommunications". More info here.
CSG's representative Muriel Franco was running the second keynote on Concordia's Open Door event October 16-17, 2019, which took place in Luxembourg. More info here.
The CSG was very successful during this year's IEEE LCN 2019. More info here.
The full paper presentation on "The Swiss Postal Voting Process and its System and Security Analysis" by Christian Killer, Communication Systems Group CSG, Department of Informatics IfI, University of Zurich UZH did run at the E-VOTE ID 2019 Conference in the Session on the "Swiss Voting Experience". This work had been supported partly by UZH and partly by the Concordia EU Project.
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