PC member of ACM IH&MMSEC 2018
Thomas Schneider is program committee member of the 6. ACM Workshop on Information Hiding and Multimedia Security (ACM IH&MMSEC 2018).
Submission: January 27, 2018
PC Member of ACM ASIACCS 2018
Thomas Schneider is program committee member of the 13. ACM Asia Conference on Computer and Communications Security (ASIACCS'18).
Submission: December 8, 2017
Paper accepted at CoNEXT 2017
“SIXPACK: Securing Internet eXchange Points Against Curious onlooKers” by Marco Chiesa, Daniel Demmler, Marco Canini, Michael Schapira, and Thomas Schneider was accepted at CoNEXT 2017.
Paper accepted at ASIACRYPT 2017
“More Efficient Universal Circuit Constructions” by Daniel Günther, Ágnes Kiss and Thomas Schneider has been accepted at ASIACRYPT 2017.
Paper on privacy-preserving face recognition in the news
Our paper on “Efficient Privacy-Preserving Face Recognition” by Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi, Thomas Schneider, and Immo Wehrenberg (ICISC’09) is in the news in the context of the video surveillance test at the train station Berlin Südkreuz (in German): http://gi-radar.de/195-menschliches-vermessen/
Paper accepted at ASE 2017 Tool Demo Track
“CogniCrypt: Supporting Developers in using Cryptography” by Stefan Krüger, Sarah Nadi, Michael Reif, Karim Ali, Mira Mezini, Eric Bodden, Florian Göpfert, Felix Günther, Christian Weinert, Daniel Demmler and Ram Kamath has been accepted at the Tool Demo track at ASE 2017.
Paper accepted for PoPETs 2017(4)
The paper “Private Set Intersection for Unequal Set Sizes with Mobile Applications” by Ágnes Kiss, Jian Liu, Thomas Schneider, N. Asokan, and Benny Pinkas was accepted for the Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PoPETs) 2017(4).
PC Member of ACM CCSW 2017
Thomas Schneider is program committee member of the 9. ACM Cloud Computing Security Workshop (ACM CCSW'17).
PC Member of CANS 2017
Thomas Schneider is program committee member of the 16. International Conference on Cryptology and Network Security (CANS'17).
Paper accepted at ACNS 2017
The paper “OnionPIR: Effective protection of sensitive metadata in online communication networks” – based on the bachelor's thesis of Marco Holz – was accepted at the 15. International Conference on Applied Cryptography and Network Security (ACNS) 2017.