CFEM – Center for Research in the
Foundations of Electronic Markets
CFEM - Center for Research in the Foundations of Electronic Markets
- is a research center committed to combining and advancing state-of-the-art of Computer Science and Economics. More specifically, we deal with cryptography, algorithmics, complexity, game theory and mechanism design. Our results will be used to design, analyze and implement new efficient and secure solutions for any type of electronic trading.
This includes auctions, procurement, market regulation, cost allocation and new emerging types of markets on the Internet.
2016.03.08 | CTIC, CS frontpage, CFEM , Featured, Public/media
From May 30 to June 3, 2016, CFEM and CTIC are hosting a workshop on the theory and practice of MPC, bringing together experts in all aspects of the subject. The workshop is organized in collaboration with the MPCPRO project. The workshop is open for all participants but the target audience is PhD students, postdocs and faculty members.
2016.02.25 | People , CFEM , CTIC, Featured, Staff event, Seminar, Conference, Staff, Public/media, Alumni
Ivan Damgård is Denmark's Godfather of cryptography! Ivan's research has made a major impact on the crypto scene worldwide, making him one of the most prolific and influential authors in the cryptographic research community. This 2-day symposium will be covering all aspects of modern cryptography to celebrate the work of Ivan Damgård on account of…
2016.02.01 | CFEM
The start-up company Sepior has received 18 million kroner capital injection from The SME Instrument to further develop their cloud encryption solution to be used in e.g. Dropbox, eBoks and Gmail. The company – and the product – is the result of a joint research project at Aarhus University and the Alexandra Institute. Partners in Sepior are Ivan…
2015.12.18 | News type, CFEM , CTIC
We wish you and your families a merry Christmas and a happy new year. We are looking forward to 2016!
- Mon 30 May
- 09:00-13:00 | Aarhus University, Denmark
Workshop: Theory and Practice of Secure Multiparty Computation, 2016