CrossFyre 2016
July 21 – 22, 2016
Darmstadt - Germany




Session 1

  • Ruba Abu-Salma, University College London: Misconceptions of Secure Messaging 
  • Fatma Ahmed, German University in Cairo: SAFE - Security Attribute Functional Encryption 

Session 2

  • Aishwarya Thirunvengadam, University of Maryland: 10-Round Feistel is Indifferential from an Ideal Cipher
  • Evgeniya Ishchukova, SfedU Taganrog: Research GOST R 34.12-2015: high-speed implementation and approaches to its analysis
  • Ekaterina Maro, SfedU Taganrog: Algebraic Analysis of the Magma cipher in SageMath

Session 3

  • Blerina Celiku, Fan S. Noli University: Cryptographic algorithms: current trends and security primitives
  • Nuzhat Naqvi, Iqra University Islamabad: Multi-layer partial homomorphic encryption text steganography 


Session 4

  • Mariam Wessam, German University in Cairo: Adaptive IoT Security Systems 
  • Chitchanok Chuengsatiansup, TU Eindhoven: Fast and secure DH implementations
  • Carina Böttcher, Escrypt: Introduction to Automotive Security

Session 5

  • Denise Demirel, TU Darmstadt: LTSec: The research field of long-term security
  • Giulia Traverso, TU Darmstadt: Secret Sharing and Distributed Storage Systems

Session 6:

  • Daniela Pöhn, Leibniz Supercomputing Centre: Architecture and Tools for Dynamic Identity Management in Federations 
  • Jacqueline Brendel, TU Darmstadt: Zero Round-Trip Time for the Extended Access Control Protocol
  • Helene Haagh, Aarhus University: Access Control Encryption: Enforcing Information Flow with Cryptography  

The full program can be found undefinedhere. Please note that there is also a welcome reception on Wednesday, July 20, 2016, at 6.30 pm at Schlossgarten Café.