Reliably Secure Software Systems (RS3) –
DFG Priority Programme 1496

Major events within RS3

September 2017:   The final event of RS3 will take place on September 4–6 in Darmstadt.
 
August 2016:   Heise online, the most frequently visited German-language IT news website, published a report about an 18-year-old vulnerability in the pseudo-random number generator of GnuPG that has been uncovered by RS3 researchers from the project DeduSec.
 
August 2016:   Posters and demonstrators of the reference scenarios of RS3 were presented at the USENIX Security Symposium 2016 in Austin on August 11.
 
July 2016:   Selected slides and pictures from the RS3 Practitioner Event are now online on the webpage of the event.
 
June 2016:   The RS3 Practitioner Event took place on June 7–8, 2016 in Darmstadt.
 
April 2016:   GI Sicherheit will have a dedicated session for the reference scenarios of RS3 on Wednesday, April 6. Furthermore, posters and demonstrators of the reference scenarios will be presented during the poster session of GI Sicherheit on Tuesday, April 5.
 
February 2016:   The Staff Meeting 2016 took place on February 22–24, 2016 in Königsfeld.
 
October 2015:   The Annual Meeting 2015 took place on October 5–8, 2015 in Bremen. Keynote speakers were Catuscia Palamidessi and Frank Piessens.
 
February 2015:   The Staff Meeting 2015 took place on February 23–25, 2015 in Freudenstadt-Lauterbad.
 
October 2014:   The Annual Meeting 2014 took place on October 7–10, 2014 in Trier.
 
January 2014:   The Staff Meeting 2014 took place on January 13–15, 2014 in Burg Ebernburg (Bad Münster).
 
December 2013:   The Call for Project Proposals for Phase 3 has been published by the DFG on December 20 (no longer available online).
 
October 2013:   The Annual Meeting 2013 took place on October 7–10, 2013 in Saarbrücken.
 
September 2013:   The Tutorial on Usage Control, Authorization, and Software Engineering for Security took place on September 3–6, 2013 in Höchst-Hassenroth.
 
February 2013:   The Staff Meeting 2013 took place on February 25–27, 2013 in Kurhaus Trifels (Annweiler).
 
October 2012:   The Annual Meeting 2012 took place on October 9–12, 2012 in Munich.
 
September 2012:   The Tutorial on Program Analysis and Verification took place on September 3–6, 2012 at Schloss Buchenau (in the vicinity of Fulda).
 
August 2012:   PhD position at the Chair for Information Security and Cryptography within RS3
 
June 2012:   The Topic Workshop on "Concurrent Noninterference" took place on June 18–19, 2012 in Darmstadt.
     
March 2012:   The Topic Workshop on "Information Flow and Security in Sequential Applications" took place on March 1–2, 2011 in München.
     
January 2012:   The Staff Meeting 2012 took place on January 16–28, 2012 in Höchst im Odenwald.
     
December 2011:   The Call for Project Proposals for Phase 2 has been published by the DFG on December 21.
     
November 2011:   The Topic Workshop on "E-Voting and Information Flow" took place on November 21, 2011 in Karlsruhe.
 
November 2011:   "Exploring Assistant Positions" as new measure for promoting gender equality in research established.
 
November 2011:   The Topic Workshop "Information Flow Control for Mobile Devices" took place on November 3–4, 2011 in Darmstadt.
 
October 2011:   The Tutorial on Information Flow Security and Verification Tools took place on October 10–13, 2011 at Schloss Buchenau (in the vicinity of Fulda).
 
September 2011:   The Annual Meeting 2011 took place on September 26–29, 2011 in Karlsruhe.
 
May 2011:   The Topic Workshop "Security Properties in Security Engineering" took place on May 12–13, 2011 in Augsburg.
 
February 2011:   The Kick-Off meeting took place on February 21–24, 2011 in Darmstadt.
 
October 2010:   Start of the 1st period of RS3
 
March 2010:   Proposals for the first funding period should be submitted no later than March 15, 2010
 
October 2009:   A Preparation Workshop took place on October 1–2, 2009.
 
August 2009:   The Call for Project Proposals was published on August 10 by the DFG (no longer available online).
 
April 2009:   Approval of the priority programme by the DFG.