Assigned in Apr. 2022
If the door is closed, Please knock before you come in.
- 3/23(Wed) 11:00-17:00
- 3/24(Thu) 11:00-14:00
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Meeting Place After Assignment
We are planning to hold the seminar in Zoom. The details will be announced separately after the assignment.
Introduction VideoThis is a video played at the introduction of the laboratory. This is in Japanese.
Our laboratory is exploring services that emphasize security and privacy, centering on cryptographic protocols and blockchains.
We have been discussing the specifications of Exposure Notification (COVID contact notification) API by Google and Apple, the mechanism of electronic stamp and its issues.
Research on lightweight distributed ledger technology that uses automatic division and distributed layout of the ledger and technology that distributes authentication with small terminals
In our laboratory, we would like you to focus on what you want to do.
blockchain/distributed ledger. Students who are interested in making rules for technology, Self Sovereign Identity, threats caused by IT technology and their countermeasures, We are looking for students who want to pursue what they want to do by taking advantage of the newly established laboratory.
In the spring semester of 2022, we will be offering a variety of courses according to the interests of each student.
- One whole meeting per week
- A round-trip reading of the fundamentals of cryptography theory
- A round-trip reading of Security Engineering 3rd edition by Prof. Anderson
- Research assistance on lightweight distributed ledgers
- Research assistance on SSI (Self Sovereign Identity)
The following events were held. With the increase in the number of members, we plan to change the management policy next year.
If you have any requests, we would appreciate it if you could let us know in advance during the interview or open house.
Due to the COVID disaster, there is no history of implementation. Let's decide after the world is calm.
2021, we participated in seminars and topic presentations.
We are looking for motivated students.