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Ivan Damgaard awarded Order of the Dannebrog

2016.09.23Professor Ivan Damgaard has been awarded the honourable Order of the Dannebrog by HM Queen Margrethe II.

Best student paper award at the 25th USENIX Security Symposium

2016.08.15Jesper Madsen (master student) and Irene Giacomelli (PhD student) received the Best Student Paper Award at the 25th USENIX Security Symposium for their paper "ZKBoo: Faster Zero-Knowledge for Boolean Circuits" which they wrote in collaboration with Claudio Orlandi.Congratulations!

From basic research to applicable spin-off technology

2016.06.30The CFEM project is coming to an end, and on July 7, Center for the Foundations of Electronic Markets hosts a reception for partners and others interested. Ivan Bjerre Damgård, Professor at the Department of Computer Science at Aarhus University and one of the Center Managers of CFEM, sums up the highlights of the project.

Theory and Practice of Secure Multiparty Computation

2016.03.08From May 30 to June 3, 2016, CFEM and CTIC are hosting a workshop on the theory and practice of MPC, bringing together experts in all aspects of the subject. The workshop is organized in collaboration with the MPCPRO project. The workshop is open for all participants but the target audience is PhD students, postdocs and faculty members.

Symposium on the Work of Ivan Damgård

2016.02.25Ivan Damgård is Denmark's Godfather of cryptography! Ivan's research has made a major impact on the crypto scene worldwide, making him one of the most prolific and influential authors in the cryptographic research community. This 2-day symposium will be covering all aspects of modern cryptography to celebrate the work of Ivan Damgård on account of his 60th birthday. 

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Upcoming Events @ CTIC

Wed 26 Oct
13:00-14:00 | Nygaard-295 (5335-295)
Talk by Alex Summers - Viper: A Verification Infrastructure for Permission-based Reasoning
Alex Summers from ETH Zurich will visit Programming Languages group and give a talk in that connection.
Tue 01 Nov
12:00-14:00 | Department of Computer Science, Nygaard-395
PhD Defense: Allan Stisen
Wed 02 Nov
13:00-15:00 | Department of Computer Sciences, Ada-333
PhD Defense: Mads Møller Jensen
Mon 14 Nov
15:00-17:00 | Helsingforsgade 12, 8200 Aarhus N, Nygaardbygningen, Peter Bøgh Andersen Auditoriet
Distinguished talk by Bjarne Stroustrup: What C++ is and what it will become
What is the essence of C++? That is, what principles and aims have been constant throughout the evolution of C++? The answer helps guide our day-to-day use today and guides the further development of C++. I will emphasize direct access to hardware, zero-overhead abstraction, and the need for stability and portability. I will show examples using key facilities from C++11, C++14, and C++17. Finally, I’ll mention features that are scheduled post-17 but are already shipping, such as concepts and modules.