Category Archives: Events

Any topics not related to my normal field of research that is related to IT.

Talk @ UL: Deanonymisation of Clients in Bitcoin P2P Network

On Monday 27-October at 10:30 in E112 (campus Kirchberg) Ivan Pustogarov will give a talk on: Bitcoin is a digital currency which relies on a distributed set of miners to mint coins and on a peer-to-peer network to broadcast transactions. … Continue reading

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Presentation at Stanford

For those who happen to be in the area I will be presenting a talk on “Gamifying the Daily Commute” at the Precourt Energy Efficiency Centre (PEEC) at Stanford University on the 14th of November at 2.30pm.  My thanks to the staff … Continue reading

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Tiree Tech Wave

Being from Scotland although not from quite as far North (which makes it probably a whole lot less windy) the following event appears to my sense of IT adventures in the wild… Alan Dix is to say the least well … Continue reading

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Driving Performance Studies

We are currently looking for participants to take part in a driving study at the Colmar test track here in Luxembourg. The study takes place in the evening and you are required to drive  Renault Twizzy round the track while … Continue reading

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Cryptoparty at Konrad (Luxembourg) this Thursday

Having never been to one I am not sure exactly what it is and sadly I can’t go as I am out of the country. However, if you are interested in cryptography and digital privacy why not attend the party … Continue reading

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