Study abroad with the Erasmus+ for Studies!
The Erasmus+ for Studies programme allows students to spend a period of study at a partner university in Europe and beyond.
Call for admissions 2022/2023 is online.
Deadline for application is January 13, 2022
Introductory meeting for the Master programs in Computer Science, Cybersecurity, and Data Science:
- Friday, December 17th, at 2.00pm via Zoom at link https://unipd.zoom.us/j/89830304089?pwd=QWdEdHdDbjdybE1DYUxMajVpMEdMQT09
Info meetings of the School of Science (on Zoom):
As part of the Foundation of Databases course, Moviri (https://www.moviri.com/), a leader company in performance engineering, security and IoT, will give a seminar entitled
Manual performance testing and automatic performance tuning on
Wednesday 24 November 2021 at 14:30, Room Be, Building DEI/G
The seminar will be also streamed live on youtube at:
You can find attached a flyer with the abstract of the talk and a description of Moviri.
On *Thursday 23* at *2pm (CEST)*, Prof. Thomas Ågotnes, from Bergen
University, will deliver a talk on:
*The Russian Cards Problem: Crossing Hands*
If interested, you're warmly invited to attend in person in *Room 2AB40*
- Torre di Archimede.
The Russian Cards Problem (RCP), originally introduced in the Moscow
Mathematical Olympiad in 2000, is an example of a problem of an
unconditionally secure protocol where the sender and receiver are able
to transmit secret information safely over a completely non-secure
channel with out any prior exchange of keys or any other information,
without the secret being learned by a third party with access to the
channel. Analysis of the RCP turns out to involve subtle implicit
assumptions about agents knowledge and their reasoning about nested
higher-order knowledge (knowledge about others knowledge), and modal
epistemic logic and in particular public announcement logic, have turned
out to be very useful in this study. In turn the RCP has informed the
developments of these logics. In this talk I will introduce the RCP and
epistemic and public announcement logic, and solutions to the RCP. I
will in particular focus on a new result. It has been a long standing
open problem whether or not there exist protocols of length strictly
greater than two. We resently settled this problem, answering the
question in the affirmative, by presenting a new solution to the
original RCP that involves more than two steps. It starts with an
initial announcement with so-called crossing hands, after which it is
not common knowledge that the protocol can terminate in one more step.
Thomas Ågotnes is a Professor of Information Science and head of the
Logic and AI research group at the Department of Information Science and
Media Studies, University of Bergen, Norway. He is also a visiting
Professor at the Centre for the study of Logic and Intelligence at
Southwest University, China. His main research interests include formal
knowledge representation and reasoning about different types of
interaction, in particular using modal logic, often combined with other
mathematical models of interaction for example from game theory, with
applications in the fields of artificial intelligence and multi-agent
systems. He has published extensively in these fields. He has been
awarded the Changjiang (Yangtze river) Scholar award by the Chinese
government, and best paper awards at conferences such as AAMAS and CLAR.
ELIS Innovation Hub in collaboration with a consulting company leader in the definition of digital and organizational strategies for the public administration, is looking for young people who are strongly interested in the world of consultancy.
The opportunity provides for a first period of four weeks of paid training on the topics: Cyber-Security, IT Architecture and Consulting Skills aimed to direct employment in ELIS with inclusion on project activities within the scope of the training.
• Graduates in Engineering, Mathematics, Statistics, Physics achieved within a year with a graduation grade above 104 or undergraduates with max 5 exams to take and average exams> = 27
• Interest in developing in the field of consultancy
• Fluent Italian, English B2
• Analytical and communicative skills The selection process involves an initial interview with ELIS and a second meeting with the representatives of the partner company.
The start of the activity is scheduled for * 7 March 2022.
In case of interest, send a CV complete with authorization to processing of personal data at the address email@example.com by * 4 March 2022 * indicating the reference "Bootcamp Cyber-Security".
and YouTube channel:
On March 4th - 10.30am CET - Dr. Fabio De Gaspari (Sapienza)
gave a talk in our University:
"Towards Secure Machine Learning for Cybersecurity"
If you missed it in presence, you can find the talk of the video and the slides here:
In this directory the registration of Fabio De Gasperi's talk and his slides:
If you are interested in a resarch topic related to this presentation, feel free to contact me: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hoping that this can make an important contribution in training for your future career, in collaboration with ISACA Venice Chapter we offer you the opportunity to register for free in some courses held by the latter for the related IT security certifications.In this link you will find more information about the courses.
Anyone interested can write to email@example.com with, in copy, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
On July 26th at 4pm CEST, prof. Chia-Mu Yu from National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University will deliver a talk on "Data Synthesis with Differential Privacy".
Please find below abstract and bio.
The event will be in person in Room 2AB/40 in Torre di Archimede, but you can also join the event on zoom:
Meeting ID: 814 9726 8111
You are all warmly invited to attend!
Despite increased demand for valuable data, the privacy concerns associated with sensitive datasets present a barrier to data sharing. One may use generative models to generate synthetic data, but unfortunately, the synthetic data in this way may still contain sensitive information. Currently, differential privacy is the golden standard of data privacy. Thus, an alternative approach is to construct differentially private generative models that quantitatively ensure the disconnection between the sensitive data and synthetic data. In this talk, we will go through the idea of differential privacy and briefly describe the recent research progress on the development of differentially private generative models.
Chia-Mu Yu is currently an associate professor at National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, Taiwan. He had academic visits at IBM Thomas J. Watson research center, Harvard University, Imperial College London, University of Padova, and the University of Illinois at Chicago. He Received Hwa Tse Roger Liang Junior Chair Professor, MOST Yong Scholar Fellowship, ACM/IICM K. T. Li Young Researcher Award, Observational Research Scholarship from Pan Wen Yuan Foundation, and MOST Project for Excellent Junior Research Investigators, Taiwan. His research interests include differentially private mechanism design, cloud storage security, and IoT security.
We would like to inform you that the registrations to the virtual courses offered by the DECAMP project - Open Distributed European Virtual Campus - (https://mydecamp.eu/) for the first and second semester of the Academic year 2022/2023 are now open.
The deadline for applying to the courses offered in the first semester is 05 Oct. 2022.
The deadline for applying to the courses offered in the second semester is 07 Feb 2023.
These are special courses delivered completely online thanks to the collaboration of the University of Padova with a Consortium of European universities coming from six different EU countries. The main focus of the courses is the ICT security in the following specific fields:
- Cloud Computing Security - University of Cantabria (bachelor)
- Applied Web Application Security: Attacks and Defense - Metropolia University of Applied Sciences (bachelor)
- Secure Network Management and Computer Networks - Munich University of Applied Sciences (bachelor)
- Applied Computer Forensics and Crime Investigation -
University of South Wales (master)
- Security of e-Health Systems - University Politehnica Bucharest (master)
All students who are interested in being part of this project can apply following the instructions on the website https://mydecamp.eu/how-to-register/
Once your application is successfully concluded, please, send an email to email@example.com notifying: the name of the course and the University delivering it and the semester (first of second).
The Faculty and Student Office of the Department of Mathematics
- Cloud Computing Security - University of Cantabria (bachelor)
the Department of Information Engineering is hosting a conference on the use of digital and network forensic techniques in the legal and professional setting on Wednesday 31 May 2023
Although the morning session is restricted to law enforcement officers, the afternoon session from 15:00 to 17:30 hosting scientific and professional talks will also be open to master and PhD students, researchers, faculty and university personnel.
Participation is free of charge but reservation is required also for the afternoon session at the following link
The program leaflet is attached. The conference language will be ItalianBestNicola Laurenti