Research at the Department of Information Security and Communication Technology
The research at our department is connected to our laboratories.
Focus on biometric research covering various physiological and behavioral biometrics including recognition of face in 2D and 3D, fingerprint, finger vein, ear, signature, gait, keystroke and gesture in addition to dental biometrics and mouse dynamics.
Bridges information and cyber security related research including biometics, cyber defence, critical infrasturcture protection, digital forensics, E-health and welfare security, and information security management.
Focuses on secure telecommunications and networked services with functionality for authenticity, confidentiality, integrity, availability, privacy, and verifiability of communications.
NTNU Internet of Things (NINOT) Laboratory
Focuses on research and development of technologies supporting the engineering and deployment of systems based on the Internet of Things with particular focus on functional correctness, robustness, safety, efficiency, and the users security and privacy.
Focuses on quantifying dependability and performance in complex digital ecosystems with applications in smart grids, clouds, communication systems, transportation, healthcare, and financial systems.
Focuses on research and development of technologies to support safe, efficient, secure, and environment-friendly transportation systems with particular emphasis on system engineering and networking aspects.
Focuses on research and development of advanced computational methods to establish and prove the scientific basis of forensic investigative procedures, with the objective to support forensic examiners in their daily casework.
Internationally funded projects
|Biometric Authentication with a Timeless Learner (BATL)||Raghavendra Ramachandra, Christoph Busch|
|H2020 MSCA-ITN, 2017–2020||Evolving Security SciencE through Networked Technologies, Information policy And Law (ESSENTIAL, CORDIS page)||Katrin Franke|
|H2020 MSCA-IF, |
|Software-defined Intermittent Networking (SINet, CORDIS page)||David Palma|
|H2020 RIA, |
|Citizen Interaction Technologies Yield Community Policing (CITYCop, CORDIS page)||Stewart Kowalski|
|FP7 MC-ITN, |
|A Network for the Cloud Computing Eco-System (CleanSky, CORDIS page)||Yuming Jiang|
|NFR IKT+, |
|Cryptographic tools for cloud security (CloudCrypto)||Colin Boyd|
|Data-drevet og brukervennlig autentisering på mobile enhenter (info)||Patrick Bours|
|Delautomatisering av digital trusseletterretning (info)||Katrin Franke|
|Computational Forensics for Large-scale Fraud Detection, Crime Investigation and Prevention (Ars Forensica)||Katrin Franke|
|Security in Internet-of-Things for Smart Grids (IoTSec)||Einar Snekkenes|
|NFR IKT+, |
|Secure Access Control over Wide Area Network (SWAN)||Raghavendra Ramachandra|
|Research School of Computer and Information Security (COINS)||Hanno Langweg|
|Center for Cyber and Information Security (CCIS)||Sofie Nystrøm|
|Eidsiva Bredbånd||Thomas Kemmerich|
Supervised doctorates are the highest degrees that the University awards for research. The research is carried out under the immediate supervision of staff members. The education and training provided result in graduates with the capacity to conduct independent research that is both original and of high international quality.
For students enrolled in Communication Technology, the department also offers an integrated PhD starting from the 4th study year.