Privacy by Design (S, 4 CP)

General Information

Organiser: Prof. Dr. Stefan Katzenbeisser, SecEng Gruppe
Form of the course: Blockseminar (4 CP)
Introductory event date: 27.04.2017 11:30 a.m. (S4|14 Mornewegstraße 32 - 4.3.01)
Final presentations date: 19.09.2017 10:00 a.m. & 16.10.2017 10 a.m. (S4|14 Mornewegstraße 30 - 3.1.01) – Please be advised that, disregarding what the introduction slides say, presentations should not be longer than 15 minutes.

Regarding the seminar

The seminar looks at various new research papers on "privacy". The seminar participants will read current research papers and summarize them in a seminar paper. Each paper will be reviewed by at least one instructor and some other participants and then be revised by its author(s). The final work will then be presented to the other participants.

Materials

Kick-off meeting (27.04.2017 11.30, Slides (pdf))


General schedule

  • 27 April: Kick-off meeting (presentation of topics)
  • Until 4 May: Submit your favourite topics
  • Until 6 May: Topics will be assigned to you
  • May – September: Meet and discuss with your supervisor

Note the deadlines!


Deadlines

  • 1 August 23.00: First submission of paper
  • 19 August 23.00: Submission of reviews
  • 12 September 23.00: Final paper submission (addressing the points raised by the reviewers)
  • 19 September 10 a.m. OR 16 October 10.00 a.m.: Presentation of the paper (15 minutes for each presentation and 5+ minutes for Q&A)


Mandatory supervision meetings

1st meeting

  • After topic assignment, contact your supervisor (mail, phone) to agree on a meeting.
  • Before the 1st meeting, read assigned papers and related work.
  • Agree on a structure of your paper as a basis for discussion.

2nd meeting

  • Intermediate meeting to present first structure of the paper.
  • Prepare structure (title, sections) and initial bullet points for each section.

3rd meeting: Before first submission

  • Bring your pre-final paper to the meeting in order to discuss it.
  • Submit this pre-final paper on the online platform.

4th meeting: After reviews

  • Bring your pre-final paper and the related reviews in order to discuss them.
  • Agree on how to address the reviews and on what should be on the final paper.
  • Submit final paper on the online platform.

5th meeting: One week before your talk

  • Contact your supervisor for a meeting in the week preceding your talk.
  • Bring your final presentation to the meeting in order to discuss it.

This schedule represents only the mandatory supervision dates!
The supervisors are free to arrange further meetings!


List of topics and supervisors

  1. Privacy in Electronic Ticketing for Public Transport (Markus Heinrich)
  2. Security & Privacy in VANETs (Sebastian Gabmeyer)
  3. Intel Software Guard Extensions and Privacy (Florian Kohnhäuser)
  4. Quantitative Information Leakage (QIL) (Niklas Büscher)
  5. Secure Computation Protocols (Niklas Büscher)
  6. Information Leakage of Biased PUFs (André Schaller)
  7. Keeping your genomic data private (Nikolaos Karvelas)
  8. Privacy for Pay-TV (Tolga Arul)
  9. Privacy for Smart TVs (Tolga Arul)
  10. Privacy for IP TV recommender services (Tolga Arul)
  11. Anonymization of High Dimensional Data (Spyros Boukoros)
  12. Privacy assessment of Android apps (Spyros Boukoros)
  13. Privacy is OSN (Spyros Boukoros)
  14. Acoustic attacks on smartphone sensors (Nikolay Matyunin)
  15. Cache-based side-channel attacks in browsers (Nikolay Matyunin)
  16. Controlled PUFs and privacy (Nikolaos Athanasios Anagnostopoulos)

Send your 3 most favourite topics to: anagnostopoulos@seceng.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de by 4 May 2017.

 

List of assignment of topics:

  1. Privacy in Electronic Ticketing for Public Transport: Bassel Hanna, Philipp Braband
  2. Security & Privacy in VANETs: Maximilian Gottschalk
  3. Intel Software Guard Extensions and Privacy: Florian Beyer, Martin Hald ***, Christian Janz
  4. Quantitative Information Leakage (QIL): Fabian Scharf *
  5. Secure Computation Protocols: Kirill Olokin, Christian Volk **
  6. Information Leakage of Biased PUFs: Tim Walter
  7. Keeping your genomic data private: Sascha Zenglein, Konstantin Sitnikov
  8. Privacy for Pay-TV: Kabila Gopinath *, Daniel Lazar *
  9. Privacy for Smart TVs: Sebastian Lutz
  10. Privacy for IP TV recommender services: Nils Dycke
  11. Anonymization of High Dimensional Data: Alexander Brakowski **
  12. Privacy assessment of Android apps: Sebald Ziegler, Niklas Mast, Andreas Erwig
  13. Privacy is OSN: Kathrin Schölei, Sebastian Wittor
  14. Acoustic attacks on smartphone sensors: Anne Zöll
  15. Cache-based side-channel attacks in browsers: Steffen Sanwald *, Alexander Nigl *
  16. Controlled PUFs and privacy: Johannes Eger *

* quit

** paper missing, still registered for the course module, but not for the exam

*** paper submitted, still registered for the course module, but not for the exam

Please submit your papers on: http://www.seceng.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de/openconf-2017/openconf.php.

Presentation dates (the times are approximate and students should be present all day):

  • 19.09.2017

10.00 Maximilian Gottschalk (quit)

10.20 Sebastian Wittor 

10.40 Kirill Olokin (didn't show up)

11.00 Tim Walter

11.20 Sascha Zenglein

11.40 Konstantin Sitnikov

12.00 Lunch Break


13.00 Sebald Ziegler

13.20 Niklas Mast

13.40 Andreas Erwig

14.00 Kathrin Schölei


  • 16.10.2017

10.00 Bassel Hanna

10.20 Philipp Braband

10.40 Florian Beyer

11.00 Martin Hald (quit)

11.20 Christian Janz

11.40 Sebastian Lutz

12.00 (Potential) Lunch Break


13.00 Anne Zöll

13.20 Nils Dycke


Disregarding the introduction slides, please be advised that presentations should not last longer than 15 minutes, plus 5+ minutes for Q&A.


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