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With PRISMACLOUD, researchers from the University of Passau place the focus on cryptographic methods to enhance security and data privacy for cloud users. (Stock photo: Colourbox)

Better security for sensitive data: EU project PRISMACLOUD comes to a successful conclusion

A black felt pen, good hand-eye coordination and a photocopier: while that was all you needed to black out documents before the Digital Age, it certainly doesn’t pass muster these days. Scientists from the University's Chair of...

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Research Profile 2016-18 published

The School of Business, Economics and Information Systems has published its annual Research Profile for the years 2016-18. The report highlights the main research activities, achievements and publications.

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From left to right: Walter Taubeneder (Member of the Bavarian Parliament), Gerlinde Kaupa (Deputy District Administrator), Professor Tomas Sauer, Professor Carola Jungwirth (President of the University), Professor Gerhard Waschler (Member of the Bavarian Parliament), Professor Randolf Hanke, (Head of Fraunhofer Development Center X-Ray Technology) and Jürgen Dupper (Head Mayor of the City of Passau), with a cardboard cutout of Joseph von Fraunhofer, after whom the Fraunhofer Society is named. Photo: University of Passau

Fraunhofer IIS to set up a research group at the University

For Passau, it's an old dream come true – a non-university research institution setting up a branch at the University. Now, a first step on this path has been made. Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS, headquartered...

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Professor Schumann at the interview

Study on the success of free digital services

Professor Jan Hendrik Schumann’s Chair for Marketing and Innovation has researched the success of free digital services in the publication ‘How Consumers Assess Free E-Services: The Role of Benefit-Inflation and Cost-Deflation...

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Conference "Privacy Outside Its 'Comfort Zone'"

The conference will take place at the University of Passau from 8 December to 10 December 2017. Registrations can be submitted until 30 November 2017.

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