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Tokyo Tech to launch Progressive Graduate Minor in Cybersecurity in April, 2016

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April 01, 2016

An event related to Progressive Graduate Minor in Cybersecurity held in September, 2015

An event related to Progressive Graduate Minor in Cybersecurity held in September, 2015

Cybersecurity is important for our daily lives including various types of activities. There is a growing demand for students who can be researchers and engineers capable of understanding cybersecurity.

In order to satisfy this demand, Tokyo Tech will launch Progressive Graduate Minor in Cybersecurity in April, 2016.

We design the curriculum of Progressive Graduate Minor in Cybersecurity in collaboration with NRI as the core, also with Rakuten, NTT, and AIST. The following five classes will be organized in School of Computing:
Foundation of Cybersecurity (1Q, 2-0-0),
Theory of Cryptography for Cybersecurity (3Q, 2-0-0),
Attack and Defense on Cybersecurity I (2Q, 1-1-0),
Attack and Defense on Cybersecurity II (3Q, 1-1-0),
Attack and Defense on Cybersecurity III (4Q, 1-1-0).

The steering committee members of the Progressive Graduate Minor in Cybersecurity are:
Shigeki Hagihara (Assistant Professor, School of Computing),
Katsuyoshi Iida (Associate Professor, School of Engineering),
Toshiba Ito (Professor, School of Computing),
Hideki Koike (Professor, School of Computing),
Hidehiko Masuhara (Professor, School of Computing),
Satoshi Matsuura (Associate Professor, GSIC),
Yasuhiko Minamide (Professor, School of Computing),
Shin-ya Nishizaki (Associate Professor, School of Computing),
Wakaha Ogata (Professor, School of Engineering),
Taiga Suzuki (Associate Professor, School of Computing),
Keisuke Tanaka (Chair, Associate Professor, School of Computing),
Masahiko Tomoishi (Professor, GSIC),
Ken Wakita (Associate Professor, School of Computing),
Osamu Watanabe (Professor, School of Computing),
Take Watanabe (Associate Professor, School of Computing).
Katsunori Yamaoka (Associate Professor, School of Engineering),
Haruo Yokota (Professor, School of Computing).

Those interested in signing up can contact Keisuke Tanaka (keisuke@is.titech.ac.jp).

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