Missing presenter/opponent names means that the corresponding position is still open. (In such cases, the concrete topic might be relocated to a different date.) Missing topic names means that the course has not yet been planned to this far in such a level of details. In preparing your own survey, please use Petteri's .tex file as a formatting example. (See here for the outcomes of T-79.514 in 2004.) Please also use the slide templates: template.tex and init.tex. Process your slides, if possible, by pdflatex, and return them in a .pdf format. The survey could be returned in .ps, .pdf or both.
Preliminary (tentative! The order might be rescheduled, topics changed, etc) schedule follows. Details can be changed, so be uptodate!
Holes in the schedule: some seminars will be cancelled. Currently I know that I will be travelling on Feb 10 and March 2. It will be announced in advance. To compensate it, we will have 2 seminars on some of the Wednesdays.
All papers are accessible from here.
|20.01.2004||Course introduction. Giving the assignments|
|General intro||sl||Helger Lipmaa||-||-|
|24.02.2004||Privacy-preserving Distributed Mining of Association Rules on Horizontally Partitioned Data||sl su||Sven Laur|
|Auditing Boolean Attributes||sl||Alexey Vyskubov|
|09.03.2004||Privacy Preserving Association Rule Mining in Vertically Partitioned Data||sl||Markus Miettinen|
|23.03.2004||Privacy-Preserving Cooperative Statistical Analysis||sl||Tatiana Issaeva|
|30.03.2004||k-Anonymity: A model for protecting privacy (L Sweeney)||sl||George Alexandridis|
|27.04.2004||Extending Oblivious Transfer Efficiently||sl||George Alexandridis|
|Privacy-Preserving Multivariate Statistical Analysis||sl||Tatiana Issaeva|
|Private Set Intersection Protocols||Sven Laur|
The choice of the topics is not final. If you have a topic yourself, please let me know.