REFEREED CONFERENCE PAPERS
Shekh Faisal Abdul-Latip, Mohammad Reza Reyhanitabar, Willy Susilo, and Jennifer Seberry, Extended cubes: Enhancing the cube attack by extracting low-degree non-linear equations, Proceedings of 6th ACM Symposium on Information, Computer and Communications Security – ASIACCS 2011 (2011) 296-305.
Jianyong Huang, Willy Susilo, and Jennifer Seberry, Repeated differential properties of the AES-128 and AES-256 key schedules , In Huaimin Wang, Stephen R Tate and Yang Xiang (eds), The 10th IEEE International Conference on Trust, Security and Privacy in Computing and Communications (IEEE TrustCom 2011), Changsha, China, November 18-18, 2011 (accepted 6/9/11)
Community Service (Other Universities)
Examiner Panel, "Muhammad Sohail Ghani, Controller of Examinations, COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (CIIT) Pakistan "
Examiner Panel, "Abid Ali Minhas, Bahria University Wireless Research Center (BUWRC), Islamabad, Pakistan"
Reviewer for Indian Statistical Institute faculty appointment.
Community Service (Conferences)
Program Committee, ACISP'11, Melbourne, December 2011.
General Chair, DASC2011 - 9th International Conference on Dependable, Autonomic and Secure Computing Sydney, Australia, December 12-14, 2011
Jennifer Seberry and Tianbing Xia, Near Orthogonal (+1,-1) matrices in Higher Dimensions, Conference in Honor of Warwick de Launey, Communications West, La Jolla, May, 2011.
Jennifer Seberry and Tianbing Xia, Near Orthogonal (+1,-1) matrices in Higher Dimensions, Aust Math Soc, 28th September 2011.
Invited Speaker, Jennifer Seberry, Strong Amicable Orthogonal Designs and Amicable Hadamard Matrices, Internationaal Conference on Hadamard Matrices and Their Applications In Honour of Kathy Horadam, 28-30 November 2011, RMIT, Melbourne, Vic.
Invited Speaker and Program Committee, Young Cryptographer's Workshop - Cyber Security Workshop, Kerala, India, 6-10th December, 2011.
Community Service (MEDIA)
Internet Security and Children, spoken to Alex Bernard, 4BC, Brisbane, 12 Feb 2011.
Cracking bin Laden's computer code: unlikely, theconversation.edu.au 6 May 2011.
2MCE, CSU Bathurst, Toppy Chanthavong, Security and Journalism: the aftermath of the News of the World scandal"
World's toughest encryption scheme is 'vulnerable' ... so what about you? theconversation.edu.au 19 August 2011.
Created 3 January 2011, updated 8 August 2011. Please email questions or comments to j.seberry at uow.edu.au