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Seclab has reached max. student capacity!

We cannot take any more students for the Seclab this semester as we have reached the max. student strength.

No introduction class this semester

There will be no introduction class this semester from SecT. Please register for/attend the respective courses you are interested in.

Neue Technologien Ringvorlesung im SoSe 2018

Montags, 12.15-13.45 Uhr, Marchstraße 23, Raum MAR 1.001
30. April
Prof. Dr. Karsten Neuhoff
Politiken für Low-Carbon Technologien bei Grundstoffen
14. Mai
Prof. Dr. Hans-Georg Schnauffer (GfWM) 
Wissensmanagement und Wissensvernetzung im Kontext von Digitalisierung und Industrie 4.0
28. Mai
Markus Graebig
Das Energiewende-Reallabor WindNODE: erste Ergebnisse
4. Juni
Prof. Dr. Petra Lucht
Beitragsvergrößerung des Schienengüterverkehrs zur Erreichung der Klimaziele
11. Juni
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Markus Hecht 
Beitragsvergrößerung des Schienengüterverkehrs zur Erreichung der Klimaziele
18. Juni
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Dirk Heinrichs
Autonomes Fahren findet Stadt: Szenarien und mögliche Wirkungen auf Verkehr und städtischen Raum 
25. Juni
Dr. Melanie Jaeger-Erben
Gibt es geplante Obsoleszenz? Möglichkeiten und Grenzen der Planung von Lebensdauern bei Elektronik
2. Juli
 Dr. Leon Hempel
Das Komplexität-Problem im Kontext der Technikfolgenabschätzung
9. Juli
Prof. Dr. Jean-Pierre Seifert 
Mobile and Smart Phone Security
16. Juli
Dr. Sören Müller 
Globalen Herausforderungen durch Materialwissenschaft und Umformtechnik begegnen

2 Student worker positions available. Apply now!

If you are looking for a job in security, consider applying to our mobile security position [1] and cloud security position [2].

Best paper award at the Symposium on SDN Research 2018

Mittwoch, 28. März 2018

The paper titled "Taking Control of SDN-based Cloud Systems via the Data Plane [3]" by Kashyap Thimmaraju [4], Bhargava Shastry [5], Dr.-Ing Tobias Fiebig [6], Felicitas Hetzelt [7], Prof. Dr. Jean-Pierre Seifert [8], Prof. Dr. Anja Feldmann [9] and Prof. Dr. Stefan Schmid [10] received the best paper award at the ACM Symposium on SDN Research [11] (SOSR) 2018, the premier venue for SDN research.

The paper is a result of collaboration between the Security in Telecommunications [12] and Internet Network Architecture [13] Chair at TU Berlin. The paper discusses how an attacker can easily gain privileged and remote access to an entire SDN-based cloud system, thereby compromising the security of the cloud tenants and the cloud provider. The authors cast light on the insecurities of virtual networking that can be leveraged by an attacker in and SDN-based cloud. Virtual networking is a crucial requirement for cloud providers such as Amazon, Google, Microsoft and Detusche Telekom to isolate their tenants from each other. The attack was demonstrated using Open vSwitch and OpenStack, an open-source SDN-based cloud system. A preliminary version of the paper appeared in the ACM Cloud Computing Security Workshop [14] 2017.

SecLab registration summer 2018.

The registration for the Security Lab is now open.

New student job opening: Android security

Freitag, 02. März 2018

We have a student job opening in the field of Android security. Ideal candidates will have some experience programming in Java, and writing simple web applications using SpringBoot. We are looking for a student who can start as soon as possible. The project duration is 6 months and permits up to 80 hours of work per month. If you are interested, please contact Bhargava Shastry [15].

Five open positions at VirtualOpenSystems

Montag, 13. November 2017

See the descriptions here:

  • Embedded software Engineer Intern (PDF, 166,5 KB) [16]
  • FPGA Developer Intern A (PDF, 134,1 KB) [17]
  • FPGA Developer Intern B (PDF, 146,9 KB) [18]
  • Automotive Virtualization Intern (PDF, 167,7 KB) [19]
  • Software Embedded Systems Engineer (PDF, 170,6 KB) [20]

Cryptography for Security: lecture on 1st of November is cancelled

Montag, 23. Oktober 2017

Cryptography for Security: The lecture on 1st of November is cancelled!

SecT introduction

Donnerstag, 14. September 2017

SecT introduction with information on all our courses in winter term 2017/2018 will be held on Monday 16th of October, 10am in TEL Audi 3

SecLab registration

Donnerstag, 14. September 2017

The registration for the Security Lab is now open. Update 2017-10-12: Unfortunately we can no longer accept new registrations; the course is full and we have a considerable number of students on the waiting list.

New student projects, theses and jobs on network virtualization and machine learning

Freitag, 01. September 2017

We are searching for students/researchers with experience in network virtualization (e.g., DPDK, SR-IOV and Open vSwitch), or machine learning and SDN (e.g., OpenFlow, NetConf). If you are interested please contact Kashyap Thimmaraju [21].

Three open positions at VMRay

Donnerstag, 31. August 2017

See the descriptions here:

  • Android Analyst (PDF, 206,4 KB) [22]
  • Software Engineer (PDF, 208,6 KB) [23]
  • Threat Researcher (PDF, 207,8 KB) [24]

SGS8 biometric authentication hacked

Dienstag, 23. Mai 2017

SecT researcher Jan Krissler [25] has broken the iris-based lock mechanism of the Samsung Galaxy S8! Read the full story here:

http://www.zeit.de/digital/datenschutz/2017-05/samsung-galaxy-s8-biometrie-auge-gehackt [26]

Postal Address

Technische Universität Berlin - An-Institut Telekom Innovation Laboratories
Fakultät IV
Sekr. TEL17
Ernst-Reuter-Platz 7
10587 Berlin


Claudia Petzsch
+49 - 30 - 8353 58 681
Raum TEL17
E-Mail-Anfrage [27]


  • Security in Telecommunications [28]
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