Hicks Co-Organizes Seminar on Programming Languages and Cryptography
Michael Hicks, a professor of computer science with appointments in UMIACS and the Maryland Cybersecurity Center, recently co-organized a seminar that explored the synergy between programming languages and cryptography.
The weeklong seminar—held earlier in December at Schloss Dagsthul, a renowned research retreat center in Germany—explored several relationships between researchers working on programming languages and cryptography. The main objectives were to share ideas between the two research communities, to exploit the synergies for advancing the development of secure computing, and to foster new research directions in and across both communities.
Read more here. For an in-depth analysis of what took place at the seminar, go here.
December 19, 2014