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SBA Research is a research center for Information Security
funded partly by the national initiative for COMET Competence Centers for Excellent Technologies.

Recent News:

Michael Wagner presented his research at IWOCA2021 and WCGO 2021

Within just one week, Michael Wagner attended IWOCA2021 and the 2021 World Congress on Global Optimization (WCGO 2021). Scientists, engineers, mathematicians and practitioners from a variety of related disciplines exchanged ideas and presented original research results in the theory and applications of… Read More

Deep Fakes – Who are you, and – what is actually happening?

In this episode of the podcast Zukunft Denken, Alexander Schatten talks about deep fakes. He discusses the historical background of technical innovations, how essential information was conveyed before the 20th century and where we are heading today. He is asking the question what Deep… Read More

LION 2021 Conference Start

The 15th Learning and Intelligent Optimization Conference (LION15), hosted by SBA Research, is currently taking place as all-digital conference. Panos Pardalos (General Chair), Dimitris E. Simos (TPC Chair) and Ilias Kotsireas (Local Organizing Chair) are welcoming contributors from 29 countries and are happy… Read More

ORF @ SBA Research

In an interview with Mayrs Magazin – the new ORF science magazine – Edgar Weippl talks about the possibility of intercepting encrypted communications, using the example of the current investigative success with regard to the messenger app Anom. The broadcast is available for 6 days… Read More

ARES & CD-MAKE 2021 – Keynote speakers confirmed

We are proud to announce the confirmed keynote speakers for our annual ARES & CD-MAKE conferences. ARES 2021 Keynote Speakers Sonia Chiasson, Canada Research Chair in User Centric Cybersecurity, Carleton University, Canada Jean-Pierre Hubaux, Head of Laboratory for Data Security (LDS), EPFL – Station 14,… Read More

sec4dev 2021 Recap – Women in IT: We are no Aliens!

In the pioneering days of information technology, women played an essential role – well-known examples are Ada Lovelace, who developed an algorithm and is considered the first female programmer ever, or Dorothy Vaughan, whose work contributed significantly to… Read More