Research area: Information security
The research area has the current staff:
- Adjunct staff: 1
- Post.Doc / Researchers: 1
- PhD students: 7
The main research activities at the research area include:
- Focuses on public key and hash functions, cryptographic protocols, multi-party computations and disruption robustness. PhD students are involved in projects related to Internet voting and secure multiparty computation. The research area (Gligoroski) has been involved in the NIST hash competition for the next SHA-3 standard with the contributions Edon-R and Blue Midnight Wish (BMW). BMW reached the second round of the competition, and was among the fastest algorithms submitted for the contest. The research area has also contributed to new algorithms for ultra-fast public key cryptographic schemes.
System aspects [+]
System aspects [–]Focuses on trust management and quantifiable security. Methods from the dependability discipline are adapted to the security domain in order to quantify security measures.
The research area is a part of the following projects:
Please contact the research area coordinator Professor Stig Frode Mjølsnes.