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Prestigious STOC Test of Time Award to Ivan Damgård

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At the top conference within theoretical computer science: “ACM Symposion on the theory of Computing” (STOC), Professor Ivan Damgård is to receive the STOC Test of Time Award for his article on Multiparty unconditionally secure protocols (STOC, 1988)

Meet Tenure Track Assistant Professor Davide Mottin and his research in algorithms for network (a.k.a. graph) analysis

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A few years ago Davide Mottin joined the Data-Intensive Systems research group at Department of Computer Science as a Tenure Track Assistant Professor. Davide’s main research interests lies on algorithms that capture and predict phenomena in data that forms network structures, such as biological connections, social interactions, or message exchange.

Meet Professor Ioannis Caragiannis and his research agenda in the interface of computer science and economics

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In 2020, Ioannis Caragiannis started as Professor in the Computational Complexity and Game Theory research group at the Department of Computer Science. At the department, Ioannis will follow and expand his research agenda at the interface of computer science and economics.

Prestigious STOC Test of Time Award to Ivan Damgård

- Public/media

At the top conference within theoretical computer science: “ACM Symposion on the theory of Computing” (STOC), Professor Ivan Damgård is to receive the STOC Test of Time Award for his article on Multiparty unconditionally secure protocols (STOC, 1988)

Meet Tenure Track Assistant Professor Davide Mottin and his research in algorithms for network (a.k.a. graph) analysis

- Public/media

A few years ago Davide Mottin joined the Data-Intensive Systems research group at Department of Computer Science as a Tenure Track Assistant Professor. Davide’s main research interests lies on algorithms that capture and predict phenomena in data that forms network structures, such as biological connections, social interactions, or message exchange.

Meet Professor Ioannis Caragiannis and his research agenda in the interface of computer science and economics

- Public/media

In 2020, Ioannis Caragiannis started as Professor in the Computational Complexity and Game Theory research group at the Department of Computer Science. At the department, Ioannis will follow and expand his research agenda at the interface of computer science and economics.