[PET] SAVE-THE-DATE: 15 November 2018 CWI Lectures on Privacy and Security

Jaap-Henk Hoepman jhh at cs.ru.nl
Thu Jul 5 10:48:28 BST 2018

Thursday 15 November 2018 (12.00 – 18.00hrs)
Amsterdam Science Park

Dear Sir/Madam,

Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) kindly requests you to save the 
date for the ‘CWI Lectures on Privacy and Security’ on 15 November 2018.

The symposium is aimed towards a general academic audience. The program 
committee for this afternoon consists of Prof. Ronald Cramer (research 
group leader Cryptology at CWI / Math. Inst., Leiden University) and Dr. 
Jaap-Henk Hoepman (principal scientist, Privacy & Identity Lab at 
Radboud University / University of Groningen / Tilburg University).

Confirmed speakers:

-- Prof. Marc Rotenberg (director Electronic Privacy Information Center 
(EPIC) / Dept of Law, Georgetown University)
Topic: current and future privacy threats posed by technology and the 
policy responses in Europe and the United States.

-- Dr. Jan Camenisch (principal scientist, IBM Zürich Research Laboratory)
Topic: privacy-protecting technology

-- Prof. Adam Smith (CS Dept, Boston University)
Topic: differential privacy

-- Prof. Ed Felten (CS Dept, Princeton University / former Deputy U.S. 
Chief Technology Officer for the Obama administration)
Topic: accountable algorithms, policy

Further information on the program will follow early September: 

For now, please reserve 15 November in your calendar so that you can 
join us for this edition of the CWI Lectures.

Best regards,
Jos Baeten
General Director CWI

For questions, please contact Danielle Kollerie via 
danielle.kollerie at cwi.nl

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