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Mobility Service Payment using Privacy-Preserving Interval Operations

Thesis type
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  • Master
Status Open
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Together with the IT security chair, we'd like to investigate the possibilities of employing cryptographic oprations for bartering in ride sharing scenarios.

Privacy-Preserving Interval Operations allow trade partner to automatically and fairly negotiate, e.g. prices, without disclosing their strategy. Together with the IT security chair, we'd like to investigate the possibilities of employing cryptographic oprations for bartering mobility scenarios (e.g. ridesharing). 

A thesis could focus either on the implementation aspect or on the technology acceptance.

 

Relevant publications:

- Designing Privacy-Preserving Interval Operations Based on Homomorphic Encryption and Secret Sharing Techniques, Journal of Computer Security, 2017

- Privacy-Preserving Two-Party Bartering Secure Against Active Adversaries, 14th Annual Conference on Privacy, Security and Trust, 2016

- Business Model Framework to Provide Heterogeneous Mobility Services on Virtual Markets, Proceedings of the 11th International Conference on E-Business (ICE-B) 2014

Prerequisites

Understanding of cryptographic operations is required. Depending on the focus taken, programing skills in Java/Android or understanding of technology acceptance models and empiric studies is required.

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