Bart De Decker
I am a professor in the research group DistriNet (Distributed Systems and Computer Networks) at the Computer Science department of the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven.
My main research interests are in the field of information and computer security (IT-SEC) and more in particular in the area of privacy and anonymity.
Current active research tracks include:
- Middleware and frameworks offering support for (anonymous) credential systems and e-IDentity systems
- Modelling and software engineering techniques for privacy-sensitive applications
- Privacy and disclosure policies and enforcement engines
- Accountability and liability in an anonymous/pseudonymous world, and dispute handling
I am responsible for the following courses:
- Structuur en Organisatie van Computersystemen
- Besturingssystemen (operating systems) en geavanceerde systeem software
- Stefan Brands, Liesje Demuynck, Bart De Decker, A practical system for globally revoking the unlinkable pseudonyms of unknown users, Information Security and Privacy, volume 4586/2007, pages 400-415, Townsville, Australia, July 2-4, 2007
- Liesje Demuynck, Bart De Decker, Wouter Joosen, A Credential-based System for the Anonymous Delegation of Rights, New Approaches for Security, Privacy and Trust in Complex Environments, volume 232/2007, pages 169-180, Sandton, South Africa, May 14-16, 2007
- Vincent Naessens, Liesje Demuynck, Bart De Decker, A fair anonymous submission and review system, 10th International Conference on Communications and Multimedia Security, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, volume 4237, pages 43-53, 2006
- Vincent Naessens, Bart De Decker, A methodology for designing controlled anonymous applications, Security and Privacy in Dynamic Environments, volume 201/2006, pages 111-122, Karlsberg, May 22-24, 2006
- Kristof Verslype, Bart De Decker, A flexible and open DRM framework, 10th International Conference on Communications and Multimedia Security, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, volume 4237, pages 173-184, 2006