Vice-President of the University of Luxembourg Will Hold Classes at SUSU


Over two days in the framework of the Software Engineering International School Franck Leprevost is going to talk about cryptography, science about confidentiality methods.

Franck Leprevost is a Vice-President of the University of Luxembourg, established in 2003. Today the university is ranked among Top-20 Best Young (less than 50 years from the date of foundation) universities of the world. 

The professor is visiting the largest university of the South Ural in the framework of Erasmus + Project implementation. Apart from classes with participants of the engineering school, Franck Leprevost will have excursions to research laboratories of SUSU. Besides, he will meet the teaching staff of SUSU.

“Meetings of foreign professors with postgraduate students and lecturers of SUSU, an insight into capabilities of the University should become a basis for enhancing cooperation in the field of higher education and building international research teams,” notes the rector Alexander Shestakov.

The lecture of the professor from Luxembourg will be the third for participants of the international school. The classes in mathematical basics of software engineering and business intelligence have been already conducted.

“Cryptography can be compared with a foundation which is laid at the initial stage of construction. If you want to erect a monumental building, which would be admired by people over a number of years, you need to put a lot of effort into laying the foundation for construction. Hence, cryptography is the fundamentals of information security,” says Franck Leprevost.

Lecturers of the professor will be held on May 18 and 19 from 9:00 to 15:20 in the room 434 of the 3b academic building.

Admission free.

Event date: 
Thursday, 18 May, 2017 - 09:00 to Friday, 19 May, 2017 - 09:00
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