Cyber-Defence Campus Conference on Applied Cryptography
The Cyber-Defence Campus (CYD Campus) organizes its first conference on the 6th of June at the KKThun in Thun. It will focus on „Applied Cryptography“ and provides an ideal platform for participants from academia, industry and government to exchange information and present results on timely topics. The conference is free for governmental employees, students and academics. For more information and to register please click here…
IC Research Day: Digital Trust
The School of Computer and Communication Sciences (IC) invites you all to attend this year’s IC Research Day, held at EPFL’s SwissTech Convention Center on the 6th of June, where world-leading experts will present and discuss their work toward building trust in a digital world. EPFL researchers will showcase ongoing research projects and engage with the audience.
Registration is free. Discover the full program here…
Swiss Symposium on Blockchain Research
The UZH Blockchain Center is organising a Swiss-wide Symposium on Blockchain Research to take place on the 14.05.2019 in Zürich. In such an event, two principles are fundamental: (1) Academic, interdisciplinary programme; (2) Federal coverage. It is just fair (and interesting) to learn what Universities of this country are doing in the area now. This allows to form a sense of community, find possible synergies and plainly learn. Please register for this event.
Ethical dilemmas in strategical and operational cybersecurity at State level
This conference will take place at the University of Lausanne on May 13th & 14th in the context of the CANVAS EU project. Many international experts will give presentations, in particular governmental CERT representatives. Participation is free of charge but registration is mandatory as the number of places is limited to 90 participants.
The CV Summit is a unique event held in the heart of the Crypto Valley – in Zug hosting almost 1000 attendees. Switzerland and Lichtenstein have established themselves as the Crypto Valley, through the openness of the Swiss government it has become home of some of the most renowned crypto and blockchain companies such as: Aragon, Ethereum and many more who have established themselves in Zug.