(Note that order of presentations might change)
Monday, 13th of October 2014 (location: UiT, Nedre lysthus, Auditorium)
- 1200-1300 Lunch [served at cafeteria Teorifagsbygget]
- 1300-1315 Welcome to COINS Ph.D. Student Seminar 2014 [Ragnar Soleng]
- 1315-1400 Session 1: Speed dating [chair: Slobodan Petrovic]
- 1400-1510 Session 2: Long+short presentations by students [chair: Vladimir Oleshchuk]
Yi-Ching Liao (HiG, IMT6004): Process tracking for forensic readiness
Edgar Lopez-Rojas (BTH): Using financial synthetic data sets for fraud detection research
Leonardo Iwaya (Karlstad University): Security aspects in mobile health technologies, Usable polices for Access Control Systems
Martin Brodin (Skövde): Information security management for mobile devices in public and private organizations
Gaute Wangen (HiG): Conflicting Incentives Risk Analysis
- 1510-1550 Break
- 1550-1710 Session 3: Long+short presentations by students [chair: Gaute Wangen]
Andrii Shalaginov (HiG, IMT6004): Data-stream Mining for Rule-based Access Control
Ijlal Loutfi (UiO): Identity Management as a Service
Pablo Buiras (Chalmers): On dynamic flow-sensitive floating-label systems
Zeeshan Afzal (KAU): Development & evaluation of a wireless IDS
Huihui Yang (UiA): Formal Analysis about Security Requirements of a Group Authentication Protocol by Scyther
Artem Voronkov (Karlstad University): Trustworthy system operations
- 1710-1720 Break
- 1720-1800 Session 4: Experience presentation
Nils Ulltveit-Moe (UiA): My Experience doing a PhD
- 2000-2200 Social event
[chair: Andrii Shalaginov]
Egons Restaurant, Storgata 50
Tuesday, 14th of October 2014 (location: UiT, Fiskerihøgskolen, Lille Auditorium E102)
- 0915-1010 Session 5: Short presentations by students [chair: Hanno Langweg]
Mathias Ekstedt (KTH): The cyber security modeling language and cyber security research at department for Industrial Information and Control Systems
Chris Carr (NTNU): Homomorphic Encryption and our current research
Germain Jolly (ENSICAEN): Software Evaluation of smart cards : Detection of abnormal behavior of a smart card application
Bart van Delft (Chalmers): Very static enforcement of dynamic policies
- 1010-1020 Break
- 1020-1100 Session 6: Working groups – short-term stays
- 1100-1110 Break
- 1110-1200 Session 7: Long+short presentations by students [chair: Huihui Yang]
Pankaj Pandey (HiG): Using Prediction Markets to Hedge Information Security Risks
Tetiana Yarigyna (UiB): Client-side SSL certificate validation
Dat Le Tien (UiO): Distributed and secure social network application using identity-based cryptography and free cloud storage service
Ambika Chitrakar (HiG): Approximate search techniques for big data analysis
- 1200-1300 Lunch [served at cafeteria Teorifagsbygget]
- 1315-1430 Session 8: Simulated Ph.D. defense [chair: Chris Carr]
Oleksandr Kazymyrov: “Methods and Tools for Analysis of Symmetric Cryptographic Primitives”; Opponents: Slobodan Petrovic and Vladimir Oleshchuk
- 1430-1440 Break
- 1440-1530 Session 9: Long+short presentations [chair: Tetiana Yarygina]
Vivek Agrawal (HiG, IMT6004): Security and privacy issues in wireless sensor networks for healthcare
Dijana Vukovic (NTNU): Improvement proposal for the CryptoCloak application
Stian Fauskanger (UiB): DES S-box 4 is not like the others
Simona Samardjiska (NTNU): Linearity Measures for MQ Cryptography
- 1530-1600 Election of student representatives
- 1600-1615 Break
- 1615-1730 Session 10: Panel discussion – ask the professor [chair: Simona Samardjiska]
- 2000-2200 Social event, awards, diplomas, prizes
Skarven Vertshus, Arctandria Sjømatrestaurant, Strandtorget 1
Wednesday, 15th of October 2014 (location: Quality Hotel Saga)
- 0915-1015 Session 11: Working groups – course portfolio, COINS/SWITS cooperation
- 1015-1030 Break
- 1030-1200 Session 12: Invited expert – Robert Frederking, Associate Dean for Graduate Education, School of Computer Science, Carnegie Mellon University, shares his experience on how Ph.D. programmes work in CMU/SCS
- 1200-1215 Break
- 1215-1300 COINS Research School of Computer and Information Security – Closing, outlook
- 1300-1400 Lunch
- (1500-1700 COINS Academic Advisory Board meeting)
- 1600 Opening of the NordSec conference (same place)
The seminar is over and registration is closed. The information below is kept for archival purposes. Thanks to everybody who contributed to the seminar.
The seminar will take place at UiT on Monday and Tuesday, and at Quality Hotel Saga on Wednesday. NordSec will start at the same place on Wednesday. It is up to you where you book your accommodation. If you want to stay for NordSec, you probably want to book accommodation at Saga.
COINS students get coverage for travel (least expensive practical alternative t/r Tromsø) and accommodation (COINS+NordSec). Students without a regular paper, i.e. none or a poster, get coverage for the NordSec conference fee; authors of full papers should get funding for the conference fee from their department.
COINS supervisors get coverage for travel (least expensive practical alternative t/r Tromsø) and accommodation. COINS does not pay for supervisor attendance or participation at NordSec, but you are welcome to book your flight so that you can attend NordSec with your own funding.
SWITS and MyPhD students get coverage for travel (least expensive practical alternative t/r Tromsø) and accommodation. Total support is limited to 5,000 NOK per student. COINS does not pay for attendance or participation at NordSec, but you are welcome to book your flight so that you can attend NordSec with alternative funding.
COINS does pay additionally for accommodation and NordSec attendance for students that attend both the COINS seminar and NordSec, present a poster, wear a COINS t-shirt throughout the NordSec conference, acknowledge COINS funding on their poster and document their contribution by two photos of them taken at the conference and by writing a one page report on their seminar participation.
All inquiries can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Participating COINS Ph.D. students might be eligible for getting ECTS credits that can be used towards the taught component of their Ph.D. programme.
HiG students need to enrol in “IMT6004 COINS Workshop” to be formally allowed to get ECTS credits according to the requirements in the course description.
Students from other COINS member institutions that do not yet offer a local course code could negotiate individual recognition based on an individual agreement. (And should ask their local COINS contact when local course codes become available.)