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XVIII. Meeting with Music - Ivo Kahánek - Piano 
Programm: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756 – 1791): Sonáta pro klavír č. 10, C Dur, KV 330 (Allegro moderato, Andante cantabile, Allegretto) Miloslav Kabeláč (1908 – 1979): Osm preludií op. 30 (výběr) (1. Preludio ostinato, 3. Preludio sognante, 4. Preludio corale, 5. Preludio nocturno, 8. Preludio impetuoso) Frederyk Chopin (1810 – 1849): Scherzo č. 1, h moll, op. 20 Fantaisie Impromptu cis moll, op. 66 Scherzo č. 1, b moll, op. 31


PIS - prof. Václav Matyáš - Secrecy amplification in partially compromised networks 
LECTURE ANNOTATION Distribution of cryptographic keys is a cornerstone to most ICT security solutions. Usage of various key (pre)distribution schemes in networks with an active attacker results in a partially compromised network where some fraction of keys used to protect link communication is known to the attacker. The secrecy amplification protocols were proposed to secure again some previously compromised communication links by using non-compromised paths to deliver new secure keys. Design of suitable secrecy amplification protocols remains a challenge in scenarios where a trade-off between necessary resources (e.g., energy necessary for transmission of message) and improvement in the number of secure links must be balanced. This talk will inspect most promising classes of secrecy amplification protocols. We combine analysis of given protocol participant placement via a simulator and manual post-processing to provide a simpler, practically usable hybrid protocol with less steps and lower communication overhead, yet still better in terms of re-secured links than previously proposed protocols. The talk is based on results published as: A New Approach to Secrecy Amplification in Partially Compromised Networks. R Ošťádal, P Švenda, V Matyáš. Security, Privacy, and Applied Cryptography Engineering (SPACE) 2014. Springer LNCS 8804, pp. 92-109. LECTURER Prof. RNDr. Václav Matyáš, M.Sc., Ph.D. Václav (Vashek) Matyáš is a Professor at the Masaryk University, Brno, CZ, and Vice-Dean for Foreign Affairs and External Relations, Faculty of Informatics. His research interests relate to applied cryptography and security, where he published over 150 peer-reviewed papers and articles, and co-authored several books. He was a Fulbright-Masaryk Visiting Scholar with Harvard University, Center for Research on Computation and Society in 2011-12, and previously he worked also with Microsoft Research Cambridge, University College Dublin, Ubilab at UBS AG, and was a Royal Society Postdoctoral Fellow with the Cambridge University Computer Lab. Vashek edited the Computer and Communications Security Reviews, and worked on the development of Common Criteria and with ISO/IEC JTC1 SC27. ABOUT THE PRAGUE COMPUTER SCIENCE SEMINAR The seminar will take place on the 4th Thursday of each month at 4:00pm (except June, July, August and December) alternately in the buildings of Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Czech Technical University, Karlovo nám. 13, Praha 2 and Faculty of Mathematics and Physics, Charles University, Malostranské nám. 25, Praha 1. Its program will consist of a one-hour lecture followed by a discussion. The lecture should be based on an (internationally) exceptional or remarkable achievement of the lecturer, presented in a way which is comprehensible and interesting to a broad computer science community. The lectures will be in English. The seminar framework was laid out by the preparatory committee consisting of Michal Chytil (Czech Academy of Sciences, Computer Science Institute), Pavel Kordík (Czech Tech. Univ., Faculty of Information Technologies), Jan Kybic (Czech Tech. Univ., Faculty of Electrical Engineering), Michal Pěchouček Czech Tech. Univ., Faculty of Electrical Engineering), Jiří Sgall (Charles University, Faculty of Mathematics and Physics), Vojtěch Svátek (University of Economics, Faculty of Informatics and Statistics), Michal Šorel (Czech Academy of Sciences,Institute of Information Theory and Automation), and Filip Železný (Czech Tech. Univ., Faculty of Electrical Engineering) The idea to organize this seminar emerged in discussions of the representatives of several research institutes on how to avoid the undesired fragmentation of the Czech computer science community.


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POSTER 2015 
19th International Student Scientific Conference Poster 2015 is held on May 14, 2015. Doctoral and Master program students in electrical engineering and informatics are invited to present results of their research by means of poster presentations. More on


Fifth Ph.D. summer days LDD'15 
V. annual presentations of Ph.D. students of the Department of circuit theory.

28.05.2015 - 29.05.2015

MISTA 2015 Conference 
This conference series serves as a forum for an international community of researchers, practitioners and vendors on all aspects of multi-disciplinary scheduling. The aim is to bring together scheduling researchers and practitioners from all the disciplines that engage with scheduling research.

25.08.2015 - 28.08.2015

HoloMAS 2015 

02.09.2015 - 04.09.2015