Cryptography, Security, and Privacy (CrySP) Research Group
Welcome to CrySP!
CrySP carries out research in the areas of cryptography, security, and privacy. The members of CrySP study
a wide variety of topics, from designing cryptographic protocols to
the evaluation of their effectiveness and usability in deployed
systems. Here are some examples....
- Hassan, Urs, and Dan Vogel's
CHI 2018 paper on shoulder-surfing smartphone PINs is getting some press in the Globe and Mail!
- Phase IV of the CrySP Lab is now complete, and the students have
moved in. The lab now seats 21 graduate students and a number of
undergraduates. The phone number is 519 888 4567 x31337, and the room number is DC 3332.
- CommitCoin, an approach for "carbon dating" information developed by CrySP alumnus Jeremy Clark and CrySP PhD student Aleksander Essex, gets mentioned in the New Scientist.
- Brittany was interviewed by Hak5, talking about the link between academia and industry!
- Cecylia and Ian's work on Slitheen is getting some press! Articles in/on the uWaterloo homepage, The Atlantic, The Register, The Record, Tech2, ITWire.
- CrySP is growing again! Our newest CrySP faculty member, Florian Kerschbaum,
joined us in January 2017!
- We are growing! Welcome to our newest CrySP faculty member, Sergey Gorbunov!
- The CrySP RIPPLE Facility
is now up and running!
- Congratulations to CrySP faculty members Doug Stinson for being named a University
Professor, and Ian
Goldberg for being named a University
- CrySP is actively looking for students interested in grad studies. See 'Prospective Students' on the left for details.
Last modified: Sunday, 17-Jun-2018 16:13:46 EDT