This course (6 CFU) will be held by two external professors, Prof. Peter Eades from Sydney University, Australia (from March to April), and Prof. Eduardo B. Fernandez from Florida Atlantic University, USA (from May to June). Prof. Eades will teach “Large Scale Network Algorithms”, while Prof. Fernandez will be focusing on “Distributed Systems Security”.
Prof. Eades holds a PhD from the Australian National University (1974), and held courses at the University of Queensland, University of Newcastle, and Sydney University; he is a Distinguished Researcher at NICTA (Australia’s Information and Communications Technology Research Centre of Excellence). Prof. Fernandez holds a PhD from the University of California at Los Angeles (1972), and held courses at the Universidad de Chile, the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, the University of California at Los Angeles, the University of Miami, and the Florida Atlantic University.
The lessons will start on March 15, at 11am, room N8. The other lessons will be Wednesday at 4pm in room N14.
Motivation and basics
Algorithms for social network analysis
Large transport networks
Motivation and overview
Methodologies for building secure distributed applications
SOA and Web services
Security in cloud computing