• The course report should be submitted as a pdf file.
  • The length of the report can vary but it should be at least 6 pages and at most 20 pages in LNCS format.
  • The course report should understandable for the fellow students taking the course.
  • All accepted course reports will be published in the course web page.
  • Course reports should give a self-contained overview of the topic. If there are side topics that are relevant but not so important to give a full treatment, then the topic should be briefly mentioned in the report together with appropriate references.
  • If a student decides to write more extensive overview, do some experiments or obtains new theoretical results, then it is possible to get additional 3EAP by taking a special assignment.

Who is doing what

StudentSupervisorTopicFirst draftFinal versionSlides
Vilen LoogaPeeter LaudAutomatic analysis of protocolsPDFPDF CODESlides
Murad KamalovPeeter LaudWireless Sensor Network SecurityPDFPDFSlides
Ivo SeebaPeeter LaudSequence-of-Games based cryptographic protocol analysisPDFPDFSlides
Margus NiitsooJan WillemsonAttack treesOKOKOK
Roman JagomägisDan BogdanovPrivacy-aware programming language SecreCPDFPDFSlides
Bingsheng ZhangHelger LipmaaPrivate information retrieval with Binary Decision DiagramsOKOKOK
Abu Hamed MohammadDan BogdanovPrivacy-preserving botnet detectionPDFPDFSlides
Abu Shohel AhmedDan BogdanovTrustworthiness of certification authoritiesPDFPDFSlides
Kristjan KripsSven LaurSecurity of Browser ExtensionsPDFPDFSlides
Timo PetmansonSven Laur & Dan BogdanovYao circuit evaluation.ConstructionPDFPDFSlides
Oleg ŠelajevSven Laur & Dan BogdanovYao circuit evaluation. EvaluationPDFPDFSlides
Urmas AavasaluDan BogdanovMarket basket analysis on SharemindPDFPDFSlides Δ


  • For the review please complete the form
  • Additionally, pose at least three questions or suggestions to the author about the content and not grammar or typesetting.
  • Completed reviews have to be sent to me before the 20th November 23:55 Samoa time and the author.
  • Reviewers and authors can agree to use more recent drafts than the first draft posted in this page.
StudentReviewer IReviewer IIReviewing task completed
Margus NiitsooBingsheng ZhangSven LaurYes
Bingsheng ZhangMargus NiitsooSven LaurYes
Ivo SeebaMargus NiitsooOleg ŠelajevYes
Vilen LoogaTimo PetmansonUrmas AavasaluYes
Murad KamalovAbu Shohel AhmedTimo PetmansonYes
Urmas AavasaluVilen LoogaRoman Jagomägis??
Kristjan KripsAbu Hamed MohammadMurad KamalovYes
Timo Petmanson & Oleg ŠelajevKristjan KripsAbu Shohel AhmedYes
Abu Shohel AhmedKristjan KripsIvo SeebaYes
Abu Hamed MohammadOleg ŠelajevVilen LoogaYes
Roman JagomägisMurad KamalovTimo PetmansonYes

Requirements to the final version

  • The final version of the course report must be in the LNCS format.
  • You can use standard LaTeX templates or MS Word style file.
  • In either case, you should follow the recommendations given in LNCS author instructions and standard formating conventions for the mathematical text.
  • Since the course report is a short paper you should omit the abstract unless you feel it is absolutely essential.
  • The final version should be complete and contain no missing parts.
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