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Kaiserstr. 89
76133 Karlsruhe

   

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SECUSO Events

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Externe Veranstaltungen
Monday, 25 Nov 2019
PasswordsCon 2019
Monday, 09 Dec 2019
ACSAC 2019
Saturday, 25 Apr 2020
CHI 2019

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KASTEL

Karlsruher IT-Sicherheitsinitiative

Research Seminar

The SECUSO research seminar takes place every week during the semesters and irregularly during the semester breaks. Various types of presentations are held by either guest researchers, PhD students, PostDocs,  or master/bachelor students: e.g.

  • Practise talks - before leaving for conferences
  • Guests talks - if you are interest in presenting, get in touch
  • Further talks - e.g. discussing first ideas for papers or project proposals, presenting research, ...

Once a month there is a KASTEL seminar talk during the semester. As both seminars are scheduled for Thursdays and as both are on security topics, there will be no SECUSO research seminar in case there is a KASTEL seminar talk scheduled for the same day. In the future, we plan to have a common calendar for both security related research seminars.
The talks are either held in English or German. The language of the talk is announced at the bottom of the corresponding calendar entry. The length of the talks depends; e.g. on the slot at the conference or the requirements for the bachelor / master students. The presentations are open to the public, especially for students.
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us. If you want to give a talk please get in touch with Alireza Zarei who organizes the research seminars. We need the title and abstract of the talk four weeks in advance to announce the talk in our newsletter.    
You can integrate the SECUSO research calendar in your own calender by using this Google link (note: it is not necessary to have a Google account in order to do so). In addition, you can register here for the mailing list which is used to send invitations to the various research seminar talks.