coordination & support action ECRYPT-CSA

research network ECRYPT-NET

ECRYPT-NET Events organized in the past

Workshop on Crypto for the Cloud & Implementation

27-28 June 2017, Paris (France)

Organized by  ENS Logo

Abstract: The tremendous proliferation seen in recent years of portable devices, such as smart phones, coupled with the pervasive availability of inexpensive high-capacity networks and the need to access personal and work information from anywhere, has made Cloud computing a reality. Nowadays, the Cloud computing model for delivering computing services provides users with a multitude of services from various providers, varying from basic storage to more advanced ones such as software-as-a-service, through which a user can have access to software in the Cloud. Companies, likewise, can take advantage of these services by outsourcing their operations to the Cloud as a way to reduce costs and increase productivity. In this workshop, we will consider recent advances in the theory and practice of cryptographic tools for the Cloud. In addition, this workshop will provide WP3 researchers (Implementation) with input about the new schemes under development in WP2 (Cloud cryptography) and WP2 researchers with information about cryptosystem characteristics that should be optimized from an implementation point of view.

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ECRYPT.NET Cloud Summer School

19-23 September 2016, Leuven (Belgium)

Organized by  BRIS Logo

Abstract: This school will focus on protocols for many parties, such as attestation for cloud services, attestation of location, attestation of retrievability, secure computation, attestation of computation, and security analysis of large and complex protocols. As complementary training a session will be dedicated to scientific writing.

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Workshop on Cryptography Design for the Internet of Things

14-15 July 2016, Leuven (Belgium)

Organized by  NXP Logo

Abstract: The workshop will have two pillars. One, the practical pillar, will focus on existing IoT solutions (including existing and upcoming cryptographic and security challenges). The other one, the theoretical pillar, will focus on current research in that area (new solutions for lightweight cryptography, cryptographic protocols for IoT or making nodes resilient against physical attacks).

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School on Design for Internet of Things

24-29 January 2016, Tenerife (Spain)

Organized by  KU Leuven Logo

Abstract: This school will focus on lightweight and low power crypto primitives, entity authentication protocols and distance bounding protocols. As complementary training a session will be dedicated to giving research presentations.

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This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No. 643161.


Project reference: 643161
Start date: 01-03-2015
End date: 28-02-2019
Duration: 48 months

Project funding: € 3.893.200
Programme: H2020
Call: H2020-MSCA-ITN-2014
Action: Training Networks