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Wednesday, 2019-04-24

Welcome Francis!

Francis Somé Dolière joins as a postdoc the security and privacy research division. More


Friday, 2019-04-12

Invited Talk at HCVS 2019

Matteo Maffei gives an invited talk at the 6th Workshop on Horn Clauses for Verification and Synthesis (HVCS'19), affiliated to ETAPS'19, on Foundations and Techniques for the Static Analysis of Ethereum Smart Contracts. More


Friday, 2019-04-05

Invited talk at TU Darmstadt

Matteo Maffei gives an invited talk at the Center for Secure Distributed Ledgers and Smart Contracts at TU Darmstadt on security and privacy for payment channel networks. More


Tuesday, 2019-03-19

Invited talk at the Helmut Veith Memorial Workshop

Matteo Maffei gave an invited talk at the Helmut Veith Memorial Workshop on foundations and tools for the static analysis of smart contracts More


Tuesday, 2019-02-12

Invited Talk at the Swiss Blockchain Winter School

Matteo Maffei gives an invited talk at the Swiss Blockchain Winter School on security and privacy for payment channel networks. More


Friday, 2019-02-01

Paper on S&P for payment-channel networks presented at Stanford Blockchain Conference

Pedro Moreno-Sanchez presented our paper "Anonymous Multi-hop Locks for Blockchain Scalability and Interoperability". More


Tuesday, 2019-01-29

Georg Fuchsbauer (INRIA) wins WWTF Vienna Young Research Group and joins the Security and Privacy Research Division as tenured associate professor.

Georg Fuchsbauer, currently researcher at INRIA (France), has been granted the WWTF Vienna Young Research Group award (1.6M EUR over 8 years) and will join the Security and Privacy Research division from January 2020, leading the Cryptography Lab. More


Monday, 2019-01-28

Paper accepted at IEEE S&P '19

Our paper "Postcards from the Post-HTTP World: Amplification of HTTPS Vulnerabilities in the Web Ecosystem" has been accepted at the 40th IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy More


Saturday, 2019-01-19

Clara Schneidewind visits Penn University for a three-month research internship

Clara Schneidewind will spend three months at Penn University for a research internship under the supervision of Prof. Benjamin Pierce. More


Monday, 2018-12-10

Paper accepted at NDSS

Our work on "Anonymous Multi-hop Locks for Blockchain Scalability and Interoperability" has been accepted in the NDSS conference More


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