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Kick-off Nationaal samenwerkingsVerband Security Onderzoek (NVSO): November 4, 2005

It’s our pleasure to invite you to the kick-off of our new initiative in the area of information security research in the Netherlands: The "Nationaal samenwerkingsVerband Security Onderzoek" (NVSO).


We, the University of Twente, TNO and Philips Research, believe that The Netherlands currently lack a unified vision regarding the focus of national information security research. It is our conviction that such a vision would greatly optimize the overall benefits of said research for Dutch industry. Therefore, we have initiated a collaboration to develop such a vision which will, especially when complemented with several other important players, eventually serve as the national institute for information security research.


The NVSO kick-off will take place on Friday November 4th at the University of Twente. The objective of this event is to inform a broad audience of the initiative as well as to present a first glance at our vision on information security research in the Netherlands.


Registration starts at 10.30 a.m. in building "De Waaier" (building 12 on the sitemap). A route description and a sitemap can be found on our website: http://www.utwente.nl/dienstverlening/route/plattegrond.pdf.

We would appreciate if you could let us know before October 28th (by e-mail to L.J.Morsink@ewi.utwente.nl) whether you will be attending this kick-off.


We hope you will be able to attend this event and enjoy the interesting program we have prepared for you!




Programme:

10.30 Reception and registration


11:00 Introduction

Emile Aarts, Philips Research


11.15Vision and ambitions of the security centre

Peter Apers (Universiteit Twente) and
Gerard van Oortmerssen (TNO ICT)


11.30 Exploring security research & development in the Netherlands

Henk Mohanlal, SenterNovem and Edwin Horlings, RAND Europe


12.00 Invited speaker: Dieter Gollmann,

Technische Universität, Hamburg-Harburg


12:45 Lunch


14:00 How is security research organized in Belgium?
Jurgen Truyen, Leuven Security Excellence Consortium


14:30 Security in the ‘ambient polder’
Willem Jonker, Philips Research


14:50 Do security innovations really find their way to the market?

Paul de Jager, TNO ICT

15:10 Break


15:30 Invited speaker:

Birgit Pfitzmann, IBM Zurich Research Laboratory


16:15 Closing with drinks



Please note that, except for the invited speakers, all talks will be in Dutch