Our publications within collaborative projects are listed below. Please click the project logo to get to the corresponding publication lists.

From 2008 to 2016, the three institutions Technische Universität Darmstadt, the Fraunhofer Institute for Secure Information Technology (SIT) and the Darmstadt University of Applied Sciences, were bundling their competencies in the Darmstadt LOEWE Center for Advanced Security Research Darmstadt (CASED). At this alliance in Darmstadt, more than 300 scientists researched current and future IT security topics. You can browse the CASED publications database here (as of July 2016).


The collaborative research center CROSSING strives to provide cryptography-based security solutions enabling trust in new and next generation computing environments. Researchers from complementary areas such as cryptography, software engineering, and usability cooperate in this endeavor. The publication database of CROSSING can be found here.


The ICRI-SC is part of Intel’s new research strategy: A worldwide network of academic research cooperations, the Intel Collaborative Research Institutes (ICRI). Intel and leading security researchers in Europe explore ways to dramatically advance the trustworthiness of mobile and embedded devices and ecosystems, such as secure, car-to-device communications for added driver safety, new approaches to secure mobile commerce, and a better understanding of privacy and its various implementations. Please find the corresponding publications here.


The LOEWE research cluster NICER (Networked Infrastructureless Cooperation for Emergency Response) is exploring how infrastructureless information and communications technology can establish links between people in the event of a crisis, thus enabling them to work together to overcome the crisis. NICER is developing basic scientific and technological principles with regard to bringing about a dramatic increase in the long-term performance of infrastructurless communication. Publications from NICER are listed here


This Priority Programme assumes that a paradigm shift in IT-security is necessary in order to reliably guarantee the security of complex software systems. The overall goal of the programme is to support the reliable certification of useful, system-wide security guarantees based on a well-founded understanding of programs and of security aspects. The publications from this priority program can be found here.


CAST-Workshop: Automotive Security
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Talk: Data Minimisation - a Language-Based Approach
Speaker: Prof. David Sands (Chalmers University, Gothenburg)
Prof. David Sands (Chalmers University, Gothenburg) is one of the founders of the research area of...

CROSSING Spring School 2017: Security & Correctness in the Internet of Things
Please find more information on the website of the spring school.

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