Have a quick overview on our relevant current research projects.

Current Projects

  • WISP 1
    Traffic of counterfeit items offered by the Internet distribution has dramatic impacts on the economy and society. There is an urgent need to reduce the Internet sales of counterfeit to protect the intellectual property and the innovation. For futher information, please contact Prof. Dr. Olivier Biberstein.
  • DOW
    Data Orchestration Workbench. For further information, please contact Prof. Dr. Ulrich Fiedler.
  • Forest Glass
    The capturing of the condition of the forest with Google Glass. For further information, please contact Prof. Dr. Ulrich Fiedler.

Past Projects

  • moti
    The capture of the condition of the forest. For further information, please contact Prof. Dr. Ulrich Fiedler.
  • Obfuscator
    For further information, please contact Prof. Dr. Endre Bangerter.
  • Prinsec
    For further information, please contact Prof. Dr. Endre Bangerter.
  • CNA
    Sicherheitsüberprüfungen in Firmennetzen, sogenannte Network Audits, können bisher nur beschränkt automatisiert werden. Im Projekt werden solche Network Audits mit Firewalls teilautomatisiert. So kann kosteneffizienter gearbeitet werden.Kontakt: Prof. Dr. Ulrich Fiedler.
  • CACE
    The CACE-project is an international project, co-financed by the European Commission. It involves 12 partners from 10 countries, covering research and economy. Our research group is mainly concerned with the development of a compiler and verification suite for protocols realizing zero-knowledge proofs of knowledge, and leads the according work-package.
  • EMARE
    Neuartige Software-Werkzeuge zur Analyse und Erkennung von Malware (Malicious Software) sollen im Projekt entwickelt werden.
  • Lugh
    The goal of the Lugh project is to develop a novel deep data capturing tool that overcomes the limitations of existing tools. Lugh is currently able to capture complete file modification and memory change histories, stack back traces, partial instruction traces and screenshots on Windows operating systems.
  • TrustSign
    Electronic signature systems will be a cornerstone of the digital society and its services. Current e-signature systems are not satisfactory from the security and usability point of view and therefore are not widely used.