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Cyber Security Inside – Video cast with Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi

Watch and listen to the Intel Academic Leadership Award winners Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi and JV Rajendran

In this episode of Cyber Security Inside by Intel Business, Camille Morhardt gets into the details with Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi, who is a professor at TU Darmstadt in Germany, and JV Rajendran, an assistant professor at Texas A&M. A fascinating discussion that you should definitely check out.

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Intel Academic Leadership Award 2021

Intel Academic Leadership Award 2021

Prof. Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi and his team have been honored with the Intel Academic Leadership Award at the prestigious USENIX Security conference 2021.

The award recognizes the significant impact on shaping international cyber security research, particularly in hardware-based security, and transferring knowledge and insights to academic and industrial security community.

In addition, Intel also recognizes with the award the work of TU Darmstadt together with Texas A&M University for designing and organizing the world’s largest hardware security competition [email protected]. The Award was announced and presented at the internationally renowned cyber security conference USENIX Security 2021.

The U.S. semiconductor giant Intel thus honors the excellent research work and the international impact of Prof. Sadeghi’s work. “We are very proud of this award”, says a delighted Ahmad-Reza Sadeghi. “Throughout my career I have worked with many large multinational enterprises. My encounters with Intel were always accompanied with passion for deep and visionary research. Intel seeks to work with top innovative minds worldwide, no matter where they are” says the computer science professor in laudation of the award.

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Second Prize in German IT-Security Award 2020

Second Prize in German IT-Security Award 2020

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With their submission “ContactGuard”, Christian Weinert, Thomas Schneider, and former ENCRYPTO master student Matthias Senker together with Daniel Kales and Christian Rechberger from TU Graz won the second prize in the 8. German IT-Security Award 2020 (60,000 EUR) among 46 submissions.
This award is given every two years by the Horst Görtz foundation for outstanding IT security innovations of great practical and market relevance. It is one of the most highly endowed awards in Germany.
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