Bruno Crispo

Professore associato

Dipartimento di Ingegneria e Scienza dell'Informazione

Area CUN: Ingegneria industriale e dell'informazione (09)
Settore scientifico disciplinare: SISTEMI DI ELABORAZIONE DELLE INFORMAZIONI (ING-INF/05)

Via Sommarive, 9 - 38123 Povo
tel. 0461 282099
bruno.crispo[at]unitn [dot] it
Formazione
May 1999 PhD in Security from University of Cambridge, UK (supervisor Prof. Roger. M. Needham).

Oct. 1993 Laurea in Computer Science from University of Turin, Italy (110/110 cum laude).

1986 He has frequented one year of the School of Management at the University of Turin, Italy
Carriera accademica ed attività didattica
from Sept. 05 Associate Professor at the Department of Information and Communication Technology at the University of Trento, Italy

Sept.02- Sept 05 Universiteit Docent at Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

Teaching Activities

PhD Courses taught
September 2003 Authentication Protocols and Trust Infrastructure at the PhD International Summer School on Information System Security organized by the University of Milan – Italy

MSc. and Ba. Courses taught:
Spring 2006 Operating Systems 1 (12 ETCS) University of Trento
Fall 2005 Literature Study (6 ETCS) - Vrije Universiteit
Fall 2005 Advanced Topics in Computer Security (4ETCS) - Vrije Universiteit
Spring 2005 Computer Security (6ETCS) - Vrije Universiteit
Spring 2005 Scientific Communication in Computer Science (2ETCS) - Vrije Universiteit
Fall 2003 Literature Study (6 ETCS) - Vrije Universiteit
Spring 2004 Computer Security (6ETCS) - Vrije Universiteit
Fall 2003 Literature Study (6 ETCS) - Vrije Universiteit
Spring 2003 Computer Security (6 ETCS) - Vrije Universiteit
Spring 2002 Authentication Protocols (15 hours) – University of Turin – Italy

PhD Student supervised:
Bogdan Popescu (co-supervised with Andrew Tanenbaum) (4th year)
Melanie Rieback (co-supervised with Andrew Tanenbaum) (3rd year)
Srijith Krishnan Nair (co-supervised with Andrew Tanenbaum) (2nd year)
Pietro Mazzoleni (co-supervised with Elisa Bertino, University of Milan) (finished)
Interessi di ricerca
His main research interests include security applied to very large distributed systems in their wider definition such as peer-to-peer, Grid, or wide-area distributed systems. He is actually working on RFID and sensors networks security and distributed access control. He worked extensively on security protocols, on the problem of authentication, on security architectures and trust infrastructures. In the past years, he worked also on computer security issues.
Appartenenza a società e comitati scientifici
Member of IEEE.
Member of the IEEE Communications Security Technical Committee (CSTC) – Communication Society.
Altre attività
He is co-editor of the proceedings of the Security Protocol International Workshop since 1996.
They are published in Springer LNCS series. The Workshop is now at its 14th edition.

He has served as Vice-Chair and Session Chair at the IEEE SecureComm in 2005 and as Panel Chair at IEEE SecureComm 2006
He has served as Session Chair at “ESORICS: European Symposium on Research in Computer Security” in 1996.
He was invited as panelist at ACM SACMAT 2005

He has served in the program committee of :
2006: ACM SAC, IEEE TSPUC, IEEE ICC, IEEE CEC, IEEE GlobeCom, IEEE SecureComm, ETRICS, ISC, SecPerU Workshop, IEEE P2P
2005: ACM SAC, IEEE TSPUC, ICETE, EDCC, ICICS, WISA, ICSOC
2004: IEEE GlobeCom

He has served as reviewer for the following conferences:
2004: ACM SIGOPS, DSN
2003: ACM EuroPar, ACM SAC, ASCI

Reviewer for the following international journals and books: ACM Transaction of Computers, ACM Transaction on Information and System Security, Computer Networks Elsevier, Journal of System and Software Elsevier, The Handbook of Information Security, Wiley,