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Researcher Mathy Vanhoef has discovered serious weaknesses in a protocol that secures all protected Wi-Fi networks

Researcher Mathy Vanhoef has discovered serious weaknesses in a protocol that secures all protected Wi-Fi networks. Attackers can exploit these flaws to steal credit card numbers, passwords, and other sensitive information.

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Recently graduated doctor in computer science Tuur Stuyck goes to PIXAR

Just a week after graduating with a PhD in engineering from the Graphics Research Group at the Department of Computer Science, Tuur Stuyck was on a plane to Emeryville, near San Francisco. His trip was not for a (nevertheless well deserved) leave, but to start work at the world's largest animation studio: PIXAR.

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Honours student Axel Faes wins bronze model in ACM SIGPLAN

Honours student Axel Faes wins the bronze medal in the undergraduate category of the ACM SIGPLAN Student Research Competition held at the International Conference on Functional Programming in Oxford, UK for his work "Towards a core language with row-based effects for optimised compilation" supervised by prof. Tom Schrijvers.

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