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DARPA Funds Bristol Cryptographic Research
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Last week Prof. Nigel Smart was at a meeting in San Antonio (Texas), where he was attending the kick-off meeting for a new exciting project we are involved in. The project, to investigate aspects of Fully Homomorphic Encryption, is funded by the US governments Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) as part of its PROCEED (PROgramming Computation on EncryptEd Data) effort.

Robotics Summer Project "I Robot... I learn."
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This summer there is an opportunity for a Computer Science undergraduate student to work on the "IRobot...I Learn" research project in collaboration with the Bristol Robotics Laboratory. The project explores how useful behavioural adaptations in human-assistive robots can be kept within safe boundaries. Funding is available for up to 12 weeks. Applications should be sent asap to Kerstin Eder.

Workshop on Risk Perception, Psychology and Economics of Information Security
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On Feb 17 Bristol will be hosting a Workshop on "Risk Perception, Psychology and Economics of Information Security: A Multi-Methodological Exploration".

Nigel Smart to give invited talk at BCTCS 2010
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Prof. Nigel Smart will be giving one of the six invited talks at this years British Colloquium for Theoretical Computer Science.

Dagstuhl Seminar:Secure Computing in the Cloud
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Prof Nigel Smart is co-organizing a Dagstuhl meeting on "Secure Computing in the Cloud" in 2011, along with Benny Pinkas (U. Haifa) and Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi (Bochum)

ForToo: Preventing Internet Abuse With Forensic Tools
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We have just secured a grant from the European Union to work on advanced forensic tools against Internet abuse. This project will bring together academics and professional experts in the field of network security and forensics, in order to develop novel tools that enhance our understanding of and reaction to network-related incidents.

Dr Martijn Stam joins the department
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Today sees the arrival of Dr Martijn Stam as a new lecturer in our Cryptography research group.

Innovation and Algorithmic Trading Event at UCL
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New exciting event on the topic of *Innovation & Algorithmic Trading* at UCL on 23rd February 2011.

David May wins lifetime achievement award
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David May FRS FREng, Professor of Computer Science at the University of Bristol, as well as Chief Technical Officer and co-founder of spin-out semiconductor company XMOS, was presented with a lifetime achievement award at the 2010 Elektra Electronics Industry Awards in London on 9 December.

Summer Internships in Cryptography
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Cryptography has quickly become a central and popular theme within degree programmes at the University of Bristol. Funded in part by research projects, the cryptography research group is offering several "internships" for summer 2010/11 for Bristol undergraduate students.

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