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SIC Best Paper Award

Stiftung SIC organized a best student paper award from 2003-2005 to encourage students to work on IT security related topics. Students of Graz University of Technology have been invited to submit a paper on IT Security which could be part of the thesis, seminars, or IT security issues they simply just were interested in. The papers have undergone a thorough review process and each year’s winner has been invited to the ACSAC conference in the USA.

The winners of the SIC best paper award have been:

  • 1st SIC Best Paper Award (2003):
    Martin Feldhofer for his paper:
    “A Proposal for an Authentication Protocol in a Security Layer for RFID Smart Tags”: 
    Best Paper 2003 (165.95 kB)
  • 2nd SIC Best Paper Award (2004)
    Markus Quaritsch and Thomas Winkler for their paper:
    “Linux Security Modules Enhancements: Module Stacking Framework and TCP State Transition Hooks for State-Driven NIDS”:
    Best Paper 2004 (247.86 kB)
  • 3rd SIC Best Paper Award (2005):
    Christian Pühringer for his paper:
    “High Speed Elliptic Curve Cryptography Processor for GF(p)”
    Best Paper 2005 (142.26 kB)

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