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LERSSE Goes Cycling on Stanley Park

LERSSE Goes Cycling on Stanley Park

At LERSSE, we enjoy being active just as much as we do enjoy research. LERSSE members and their significant others started the new academic year by cycling around the Stanley Park seawall.  

Tune In At SOUPS 2021 And Learn More About LERSSE’s Research

Tune In At SOUPS 2021 And Learn More About LERSSE’s Research

This year, two LERSSE papers got accepted at the Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security (SOUPS 2021) and SOUPS Workshops. We invite you to join the presenters in the sessions to learn more about the research studies conducted at LERSSE.

Why People (Don’t) Adopt Cryptocurrencies

Why People (Don’t) Adopt Cryptocurrencies

Over the last years, crypto-assets have gained significant interest from private investors, academia, and industry. While the user population and their motivations, perceptions, and behaviors have been studied, non-adopters and factors influencing their decision have been left unexplored. Our work fills this knowledge gap and sheds light on the effects of trust, perceived self-efficacy, and […]

Tune In At CHI 2021 And Learn More About LERSSE’s Research

Tune In At CHI 2021 And Learn More About LERSSE’s Research

This year, three LERSSE papers got accepted at the most prestigious conference on Human-Computer Interaction (CHI 2021) and we invite you to join the presenters in the sessions to learn more about the research studies conducted at LERSSE.

Why Mobile Crypto-Wallets Are Hard to Use

Why Mobile Crypto-Wallets Are Hard to Use

Over the past years, the cryptocurrency domain has grown substantially. As of May 2021, there exist over 6,000 different cryptocurrencies with a combined worth of over $2.5 trillion USD. The corresponding user base has also changed significantly and is no longer only made up of cypherpunks and computer experts as was the case in the […]