T&I Incubator Demo

(Timezone - Europe/Berlin)
Virtually Hosted
Michael Schmidt (Leibniz Supercomputing Centre), Niels van Dijk (SURF)

The Trust & Identity Incubator invites all community members to attend our final demo for the first iteration in GN5-1.

The goal of this event is to periodically present the interim results of the current Incubator activities in order to collect feedback from the community as early as possible. Since this is the second public sprint demo for this cycle, we will present the results of the entire last cycle. This is the perfect opportunity to find out about a range of emerging developments in T&I.

All demos are public, you may join any session you like. It is not necessary to attend all sessions, you may join only the ones you are interested in.

  • Daniel Lutz
  • Guillaume Rousse
  • Ivan Kanakarakis
  • Jeroen Wijenbergh
  • János Mohácsi
  • Ludovic AUXEPAULES
  • Lukas Käppeli
  • Maxime Houlbert
  • Miroslav Goldgamer
  • Phil Smart
  • Pål Axelsson
  • Rolf Brugger
  • Sascha Hoppler
  • Thomas Bärecke
  • Warren Leung
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    • 1:00 PM 1:30 PM
      geteduroam Linux client 30m

      In the first activity the team is working on implementing a Linux version of the geteduroam client. By making the client accessible to a new platform, the team hopes to increase adoption and encourage more users to use this easy way of configuring eduroam.

    • 1:30 PM 2:00 PM
      Further improve the personal profile page 30m

      The second activity aims to improve the personal profile page, building on a successful project from GN4-3. By developing a prototype of a Shibboleth/SimpleSAMLphp module to show a user login history, the team hopes to enhance the user experience and make it easier for users to take control about what they release to services.

    • 2:00 PM 2:30 PM
      OIDCfed support on SimpleSAMLphp 30m

      The third activity aims to add native OIDC federation support to SimpleSAMLphp. This will enable IdPs to support OIDC federation without changing their existing infrastructure.

    • 2:30 PM 3:00 PM
      Passkey 30m

      Finally, the Passkey project aims to investigate passwordless authentication in the context of identity federations. This new approach will provide valuable insights into the feasibility and potential benefits of Passkeys as a first factor or even an MFA alternative.