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If you are a Ukrainian scientist working in mathematics or computer science, and you are currently in Slovakia (or you plan to move here soon), please get in touch with us. We may be able to offer you an academic job at our institute.
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The first Czechoslovak cipher machine

A new article in Cryptologia Antal, Zajac: The first Czechoslovak cipher machine Abstract: The Štolba cipher machine was the first Czechoslovak cipher machine used in the army after the mid-1930s, and later in Slovakia during WW2. It had a unique design based on pneumatic transmission and complex stepping rules. We...
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Apply for PhD Program in Computer Science

The primary focus of our doctoral program is research, with the philosophy that students learn best by doing—working with us on research projects. We offer you the possibility of independent research on several topics. The PhD program takes 3 years to complete and requires that you publish in leading conferences...
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VÚB Ambassador in Applied Computer Science (Job)

The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava invites applications for VÚB Ambassador in Applied Computer Science to start in 2019 no sooner than September 1, 2019. The position will be partially financially supported by VÚB bank foundation for a period of...
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Portal of Historical Ciphers

https://hcportal.eu The Portal of Historical Ciphers (HCPortal) is a gateway to the world of historical ciphers. You can find there a comprehensive database of cryptograms and useful tools. This project is created by researchers and students from the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava in co-operation with other crypto history...
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Berge equilibrium – the forgotten notion of game theory

Jarosław Pykacz (Institute of Mathematics, University of Gdańsk, Poland) Guest researcher at our institute (April – May, 2019) 15.5.2019, 9:30, A419 Talk summary: The idea of a solution concept of a game that nowadays is called Berge equilibrium (BE) was launched by French mathematician Claude Berge in his book published...
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NATO Science Partnership Prize awarded to three outstanding projects

https://www.nato.int/cps/en/natohq/news_163390.htm Science for Peace and Security Programme Prize in Cyber Defence The multi-year project “Secure Implementation of Post-Quantum Cryptography” supported collaboration on post-quantum cryptography research with particular focus on the security of cyber infrastructures and of communication channels. The project has been important in preparing young scientists in post-quantum research,...
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Berge equilibrium – the forgotten notion of game theory

Jarosław Pykacz (Institute of Mathematics, University of Gdańsk, Poland) Guest researcher at our institute (April – May, 2019) Talk summary: The idea of a solution concept of a game that nowadays is called Berge equilibrium (BE) was launched by French mathematician Claude Berge in his book published in 1957, i....
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VÚB Ambassador in Big data (job)

The Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology of the Slovak University of Technology in Bratislava invites applications for VÚB Ambassador in Big data to start on September 1, 2019. The position will be partially financially supported by VÚB bank foundation for a period of 4 years. The position is...
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