About the Seminar
Cyber Security & Artificial Intelligence Seminar
November 28–29, 2022 | Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic
Researchers and PhD students are invited to apply for the Cyber Security and Artificial Intelligence Seminar, especially if they are interested in the following key topics of the seminar:
- (In)secure Implementations
Do you work on novel methods or tools with the potential to discover implementation bugs, side channels or other issues? Are you working on tools assisting developers or relying parties to deliver safer code or verify vendor claims independently?
- AI and Security
What AI approaches seem promising in improving security in computer systems' design, implementation or maintenance? Do you have interesting results examining security issues in/for AI?
- Post-Quantum Security
What methods seem to provide security guarantees with the growing power of quantum computers? Do you have some improvements for cryptographic schemes of the future?
- Any other cyber security and AI topic
Share with us any other cybersecurity research or research with clear potential impact on cybersecurity! Thinking out of the box highly encouraged!
One of the main objectives is to encourage and strengthen cooperation in research. Applicants should be conducting research in the field of the seminar topic, be prepared to present and discuss their work with peers from other Universities, and participate actively and constructively in team discussions, willing to continue cooperation with colleagues after the seminar. There is no fee to attend to this online seminar.
Deadline for applications is November 4, 2022.
Are you looking for research partners abroad to develop new projects? Do you have a research project and would you like to find collaborators to develop it at a European scale? Do you wish to expand your research network across Europe? The EDUC thematic seminars might provide you with what you are looking for.
The EDUC Alliance invites senior researchers and doctoral students to take part in the seminars organised within the project “EuropeanDigitalUniverCity – EDUC”, work package 9 “Education meets research”, funded under the Erasmus+ Programme. One of the main objectives of the EDUC partner universities is to encourage and strengthen cooperation in research.
The EDUC project is a joint initiative of the Universities of Potsdam (Germany), project leader; Cagliari (Italy); Rennes 1 (France); Paris-Nanterre (France), Masaryk University (Czech Republic), Pécs (Hungary), that was selected by the European Commission as one of the pilot European Universities, under its first call for proposal in 2019.