Frontiers in Security Research (FRISER)2023HT
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PhD students with at least a basic course in computer security and a interest to know about the research frontier in security research.
The course was last given
New course, modelled from a course previously given at LTH.
* Discuss current research results from top venues with your peers.
* Classify, select, and solve problems related to recent security-related problems.
* Design, develop and implement a seminar on a research topic in the security area.
* Develop and evaluate new learning opportunities for your peers.
* Appraise, critique and evaluate research papers.
* Present technically advanced work in a pedagogical manner.
Basic course in computer security.
The course is based on a series of seminars where the PhD student prepares a seminar based on selected papers. The seminar starts and ends with a quiz prepared by the student and taken by the other participants.
Current research papers from top security venues such as S&P, Usenix, NDSS, WiSec, CSF, RAID, DSN.
Papers chosen by course participants.
1.5hp for preparing a giving a seminar.
0.5hp for each attended seminar including preparation, active participation, answering the quiz and providing feedback.
4-7hp depending on the number of seminars attended.
This course is modelled after the course given at LTH by Elena Pagning
More details will come.
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