ASSET Workshop at TUM

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Friday, March 16th

8:45 Welcome coffee and registration

Track 1: Cyber protection solutions for IoT

  • 9:00 Laser- and EM-induced fault instruction skips injection into micro controllers (J.-M. Dutertre)
  • 9:30 Effectiveness of practical Fault Injection Attacks using Lasers (Bodo Selmke)
  • 10:00 Exploiting Bus Communication to Improve Cache Attacks on Systems-on-Chips (Mathieu Gross) [PDF]

Coffee break

Track 2: Cyber defense solutions for IoT

  • 11:00 Presentation PhD thesis (Renzo Navas) [PDF]
  • 11:30 Post-quantum security: NTRU case (Thomas Schamberger)
  • 12:00 Decentralized access controls (Simon Foley) [PDF]
  • 12:30 Secure Multiparty Computation in the Internet of Things (Marcel von Maltitz)

Internal tracks took place on 15th of March and in the afternoon of 16th of March.

Towards Blockchain Technologies and Beyond

Telecom ParisTech – Amphitheater Emeraude – October 4th, 2016

  • 14:00 – Welcoming address
    Francis Jutand (Deputy Executive Director, IMT)
  • 14:10 – Economic perspectives on the Blockchain
    Patrick Waelbroeck (Professor, Telecom ParisTech)
  • 14:35 – Applications of Blockchain technology in distribution grid energy management
    Jose Horta (Ph.D. Candidate EDF/Telecom ParisTech)
  • 15: 15 – Blockchain for Smart Territories – SystemX Project
    Charles Kremer (Smart Territories Program Director, IRT SystemX)
    Eric Thea (Smart Territories Program Architect, IRT SystemX)
  • 15:45 – Coffee break
  • 16:00 – Hybrid architectures: Combining Blockchain technology with blind signatures
    Georg Carle (Professor, Technical University of Munich),
    Sree Harsha Totakura (Ph.D. Candidate, Technical University of Munich)
  • 16:40 – Blockchain, a profit electrical and technological engine? Ideas for a second generation
    Pascal Urien (Professor, Telecom ParisTech)
  • 17:05 – Blockchain: questioning some underlying security assumptions
    Romain Alleaume (Associate Professor, Telecom ParisTech)
  • 17:30 – Panel session
  • 18:30 – Conclusion
    Gerard Memmi (Professor, Telecom ParisTech)