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Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries

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Das CASA Team

CASA bringt eine Kerngruppe von Principal Investigators (PIs), die mit einem Fokus auf Sicherheit und Datenschutz ausgewählt wurden, mit Spitzenforscher*innen aus hochrelevanten Nachbardisziplinen zusammen. Das PI-Team deckt das gesamte Spektrum ab, das zur Bewältigung der anspruchsvollen Forschungsprobleme der modernen Cybersicherheit erforderlich ist: Informatik, Elektrotechnik, Mathematik und Psychologie.

Gilles Barthe Gilles Barthe

Research Interests: Programming Languages and Program Verification, Software and System Security, Cryptography, Formal Methods and Logic
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Gilles Barthe

Max Planck Institute for Security and Privacy - Principles Of Security and Privacy

Founding Director of MPI-SP, PhD in Mathematics from the University of Manchester

E-Mail: Gilles.Barthe@mpi-sp.org

HUB A, HUB B

Research Interests: Programming Languages and Program Verification, Software and System Security, Cryptography, Formal Methods and Logic

Research Stops: Habilitation in Computer Science from the University of Nice, France

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Asia J Biega

Research Interests: Ethically, socially, and legally responsible information and social computing systems and studies how they interact with and influence their users
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Asia J Biega

Max Planck Institute for Security and Privacy - Responsible Computing Group

PhD in Computer Science at the MPI for Informatics and the MPI for Software Systems

E-Mail: Asia.Biega@mpi-sp.org

Hub D

Research Interests: Ethically, socially, and legally responsible information and social computing systems and studies how they interact with and influence their users

Highlight: DBIS Dissertation Award of the German Informatics Society

Research Stops: Postdoctoral Researcher at Microsoft Research Montréal in the Fairness, Accountability, Transparency, and Ethics in AI (FATE) Group, Max Planck Institute for Informatics and Saarland University

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Holger Boche

Research Interests: Physical layer security, Network Information Theory, Network Coding, Quantum Information Theory
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Holger Boche

TU München - Chair of Theoretical Information Technology

PhD of Science from TU Berlin, PhD of Electrical Engineering from TU Dresden

E-Mail: Boche@tum.de

HUB A, Hub B

Research Interests: Physical layer security, Network Information Theory, Network Coding, Quantum Information Theory

Highlight: 2008 Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Prize of the German Research Foundation (DFG), Best Paper Award of the ITG 2015

Research Stops: Berlin, Dresden, München

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Marcel Böhme

Research Interests: Automatic discovery and remediation of software bugs, security vulnerabilities, security guarantees, assurances, and certification
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Marcel Böhme

Max Planck Institute for Security and Privacy - Software Security

PhD degree from National University of Singapore

E-Mail: Marcel.Boehme@mpi-sp.org

HUB C

Research Interests: Automatic discovery and remediation of software bugs, security vulnerabilities, security guarantees, assurances, and certification

Highlight: Technology Transfer Google and Mircosoft, 70 security advisories (CVEs), ACM SIGSOFT Distinguished Paper Awards (ICSE & ESEC/FSE), 2019 Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (DECRA), 2019 Google Faculty Research Award, 2018 Google Patch Rewards

Research Stops: Dresden, Singapur, Saarbrücken, Melbourne, Bochum

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Kevin Borgolte

Research Interests: Network and Internet Security, especially security and privacy of networked systems; software security, particularly analysis and vulnerability discovery; and Internet measurements, focusing on IPv6 visibility and security adoption
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Kevin Borgolte

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Software Security Group

PhD degree in Computer Science from the University of California, Santa Barbara

E-Mail: Kevin.Borgolte@rub.de

HUB C

Research Interests: Network and Internet Security, especially security and privacy of networked systems; software security, particularly analysis and vulnerability discovery; and Internet measurements, focusing on IPv6 visibility and security adoption

Highlight: DARPA Cyber Grand Challenge 1st place academic + 1st place self-funded

Research Stops: TU Delft, Princeton University

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Lucas Davi

Research Interests: Software exploitation techniques and defences
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Lucas Davi

University of Duisburg-Essen - System Security

PhD from TU Darmstadt

E-Mail: Lucas.Davi@uni-due.de

HUB A, HUB C

Research Interests: Software exploitation techniques and defences

Highlight: 2016 ACM SIGSAC Doctoral Dissertation Award 2016, 2015 Best Paper Award at DAC 2015

Research Stops: Darmstadt, Portland

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Holger Dette

Research Interests: Mathematical Statistics, Applied Statistics, Probability Theory
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Holger Dette

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Chair for Stochastics

PhD from Universität Hannover

E-Mail: Holger.Dette@rub.de

HUB A, HUB B

Research Interests: Mathematical Statistics, Applied Statistics, Probability Theory

Highlight: 2012 Elected Fellow of the American Statistical Association, H-index: 42

Research Stops: Hannover, Göttingen, Purdue/Indiana

Markus Dürmuth Markus Dürmuth

Research Interests: User authentication, Privacy aspects of biometric systems, Privacy aspects of ubiquitous computing
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Markus Dürmuth

Leibniz Universität Hannover - Usable Security and Privacy

PhD degree from Saarland University

E-Mail: Markus.Duermuth@itsec.uni-hannover.de

HUB A, HUB D

Research Interests: User authentication, Privacy aspects of biometric systems, Privacy aspects of ubiquitous computing

Highlight: 2016 Outstanding Paper Award at ACM CODASPY

Research Stops: Saarland, Karlsruhe, Stanford, Bochum

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Sascha Fahl

Research Interests: Intersection of computer security and privacy with human factors
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Sascha Fahl

Leibniz University Hannover - Information Security Chair

PhD from Leibniz Universität Hannover

E-Mail: Fahl@sec.uni-hannover.de

Hub D

Research Interests: Intersection of computer security and privacy with human factors

Highlight: Google Faculty Research Award (2017), Heinz Maier-Leibnitz-Prize (2018), "Curious Mind" Award (2018)

Research Stops: Bonn, Saarbrücken, Bochum

Asja Fischer Asja Fischer

Research Interests: Development, analysis, and application of deep learning models and methods
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Asja Fischer

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Machine Learning Group

PhD from University of Copenhagen, DK

E-Mail: Asja.Fischer@rub.de

Hub C

Research Interests: Development, analysis, and application of deep learning models and methods

Highlight: 2017 NVIDIA Pioneering Research Award, ICML, 2016 Best Paper 2014 Award, Pattern Recognition

Research Stops: Lisbon, Osnabrück, Bonn, Montreal, Copenhagen

Nils Fleischhacker Nils Fleischhacker

Research Interests: Foundations of Cryptography, Black-Box Separations and Lower Bounds
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Nils Fleischhacker

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Theoretical Cryptography

Junior Professor, PhD from Saarland University

E-Mail: Nils.Fleischhacker@rub.de

Hub A

Research Interests: Foundations of Cryptography, Black-Box Separations and Lower Bounds

Highlight: Program Committee of ISC 2018 and ASIACRYPT 2019, reviewer for the IEEE Transactions on Computers and the IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and Security

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Tim Güneysu

Research Interests: Security Engineering, Efficient Cryptographic Implementations, Physically Resilient Cryptographic Systems, Security on Hardware Level, Practical Cryptanalysis
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Tim Güneysu

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Chair for Security Engineering

PhD from Ruhr-Universität Bochum

E-Mail: Tim.Gueneysu@rub.de

HUB A, HUB B, HUB C

Research Interests: Security Engineering, Efficient Cryptographic Implementations, Physically Resilient Cryptographic Systems, Security on Hardware Level, Practical Cryptanalysis

Highlight: 2015 – 2018 Fellow of the “Junges Kolleg”, North Rhine-Westphalian Academy of Sciences, Humanities and the Arts

Research Stops: Mannheim, Bremen, Saint-Etienne, Massachusetts Amherst

Catalin Cătălin Hrițcu

Research Interests: Formal methods for security, programming languages, design and verification of security-critical systems
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Cătălin Hrițcu

Max Planck Institute for Security and Privacy - Formally Verified Security Group

PhD from Saarland University

E-Mail: Catalin.Hritcu@mpi-sp.org

HUB A, HUB B, HUB C

Research Interests: Formal methods for security, programming languages, design and verification of security-critical systems

Highlight: ERC Starting Grant on formally secure compilation

Research Stops: Saarland University, ENS Paris, Inria Paris, University of Pennsylvania, Microsoft Research Redmond

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Martin Johns

Research Interests: Web application security, applied software security, static code checking
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Martin Johns

TU Braunschweig - Institute for Application Security

PhD from the University of Passau

E-Mail: M.Johns@tu-braunschweig.de

HUB B

Research Interests: Web application security, applied software security, static code checking

Highlight: 2009 and 2012 Organizer of Dagstuhl Seminar on "Web Application Security" 2012 – Board of the OWASP Chapter Germany

Research Stops: Hamburg, Passau, Braunschweig

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Ghassan Karame

Research Interests: Blockchain Security and Privacy, Machine Learning Security, Storage Security
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Ghassan Karame

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Chair for Information Security

PhD from ETH Zurich

E-Mail: Ghassan.Karame@rub.de

HUB C

Research Interests: Blockchain Security and Privacy, Machine Learning Security, Storage Security

Highlight: 2019 Best Paper Award at IEEE Transactions on Computers, 2017, 2014 Excellent Innovation Award at NEC Corporation

Research Stops: Heidelberg, Zurich

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Eike Kiltz

Research Interests: Foundations of privacy, Theoretical cryptography, Design and analysis of cryptographic protocols, Complexity Theory
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Eike Kiltz

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Chair for Cryptography

PhD from Ruhr-Universität Bochum

E-Mail: Eike.Kiltz@rub.de

HUB A, HUB B, HUB C, HUB D

Research Interests: Foundations of privacy, Theoretical cryptography, Design and analysis of cryptographic protocols, Complexity Theory

Highlight: Three Best Paper awards at EUROCRYPT, 2014 ERC Consolidator Grant "Efficient Resource Constrained Cryptography", ERC Advanced Grant in 2022

Research Stops: Paris, Lausanne, Amsterdan, San Diego

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Tanja Lange

Research Interests: Mathematical foundations of cryptography and quantum-secure encryption
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Tanja Lange

Eindhoven University of Technology - Chair of Cryptology, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science

PhD from Universität Essen

E-Mail: T.Lange@tue.nl

HUB A

Research Interests: Mathematical foundations of cryptography and quantum-secure encryption

Highlight: Coordinator of various joint projects funded by the EU, H-index: 41

Research Stops: Braunschweig, Lyngby/Denmark, Essen, Bochum

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Gregor Leander

Research Interests: Symmetric Cryptography, Block Ciphers, Lightweight Cryptography, Boolean Functions
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Gregor Leander

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Chair for Symmetric Cryptography

PhD from Ruhr-Universität Bochum

E-Mail: Gregor.Leander@rub.de

HUB A, HUB B, HUB D

Research Interests: Symmetric Cryptography, Block Ciphers, Lightweight Cryptography, Boolean Functions

Highlight: 2014 Best Paper Award at FSE 2014, 2015 Heisenberg Professorship by DFG

Research Stops: Lyngby/Denmark, Toulon/France

Giulio Malavolta Giulio Malavolta

Research Interests: Theory of cryptography and its connections with quantum computation, concurrent systems, cryptocurrencies, and game theory
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Giulio Malavolta

Max Planck Institute for Security and Privacy

PhD from Friedrich-Alexander University

E-Mail: Giulio.Malavolta@mpi-sp.org

HUB A

Research Interests: Theory of cryptography and its connections with quantum computation, concurrent systems, cryptocurrencies, and game theory

Research Stops: Erlangen, Nürnberg

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Karola Marky

Research Interests: Human-Centred Security, Human-Computer Interaction, Digital Sovereignty, Digital Privacy
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Karola Marky

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Digital Sovereignty Group

PhD degree from Technical University of Darmstadt

E-Mail: Karola.Marky@rub.de

HUB D

Research Interests: Human-Centred Security, Human-Computer Interaction, Digital Sovereignty, Digital Privacy

Research Stops: TU Kaiserslautern, National Institute of Informatics Japan, JAXA, Technical University of Darmstadt, University of Glasgow, Gottlieb Wilhelm Leibniz University Hanover, Keio University

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Alexander May

Research Interests: Cryptography, Protocols, Algorithmic Number Theory, Lattices, Coding Theory, Complexity Theory, Quantum Algorithms
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Alexander May

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Chair for Cryptology and IT Security

PhD from Universität Paderborn

E-Mail: Alex.May@rub.de

HUB A, HUB B

Research Interests: Cryptography, Protocols, Algorithmic Number Theory, Lattices, Coding Theory, Complexity Theory, Quantum Algorithms

Highlight: 2006 Best Paper Award at PKC, 2009 Best Paper Award at PKC, 2009 General chair EUROCRYPT 2009

Research Stops: Zürich, Paderborn, Darmstadt

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Veelasha Moonsamy

Research Interests: Security and privacy of smart mobile devices, User data privacy, Security applications of machine learning
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Veelasha Moonsamy

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Chair for System Security

PhD from Deakin University

E-Mail: Veelasha.Moonsamy@rub.de

HUB B, HUB C, HUB D

Research Interests: Security and privacy of smart mobile devices, User data privacy, Security applications of machine learning

Highlight: 2019 Google Faculty Research Award

Research Stops: Melbourne, Nijmegen, Utrecht

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Amir Moradi

Research Interests: Physical Security, Hardware Security, Side-Channel Analysis, Applied Cryptography
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Amir Moradi

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Chair for Implementation Security

PhD from Sharif University of Technology, IR Habilitation from Ruhr-Universität Bochum

E-Mail: Amir.Moradi@rub.de

HUB B

Research Interests: Physical Security, Hardware Security, Side-Channel Analysis, Applied Cryptography

Highlight: Best paper award at USENIX 2020, CHES 2019, HOST 2016, COSADE 2015 & ACNS 2014, PC co-chair of CHES 2020, 2nd prolific author of CHES, 10 Papers at CHES 2021, 8 in CHES 2022, 1st place in 9th German IT Security Award (2022)

Research Stops: Tehr­an, Bochum, Co­lo­gne

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Alena Naiakshina

Research Interests: Human factors in IT-security and privacy research, behavioral security, design of security developer studies
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Alena Naiakshina

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Developer-Centred Security

PhD from the University of Bonn

E-Mail: Alena.Naiakshina@rub.de

HUB D

Research Interests: Human factors in IT-security and privacy research, behavioral security, design of security developer studies

Highlight: 2021 John Karat Usable Privacy and Security Student Research Award

Research Stops: London, Bonn

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Christof Paar

Research Interests: Software algorithms for cryptographic implementations, Hardware architectures for cryptography, Physical attacks against realworld systems, Cryptanalytical hardware, Security in embedded applications, Security in mobile and ad-hoc networks
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Christof Paar

Max Planck Institute for Security and Privacy; Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Chair for Embedded Security

PhD from Universität Essen

E-Mail: Christof.Paar@csp.mpg.de

HUB A, HUB B

Research Interests: Software algorithms for cryptographic implementations, Hardware architectures for cryptography, Physical attacks against realworld systems, Cryptanalytical hardware, Security in embedded applications, Security in mobile and ad-hoc networks

Highlight: 2012 Best Paper Award at IEEE Security & Privacy, 2016 ERC Advanced Grant “Exploring and Preventing Cryptographic Backdoors”, 2017 IACR Fellow

Research Stops: Essen, Massachusetts Amherst

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Konrad Rieck

Research Interests: Computer security and machine learning; methods for detecting computer attacks, analyzing malicious software and discovering vulnerabilities in software
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Konrad Rieck

Technische Universität Berlin & BIFOLD - Chair of Machine Learning and Security

PhD from TU Berlin

E-Mail: Rieck@tu-berlin.de

HUB A, HUB B, HUB C

Research Interests: Computer security and machine learning; methods for detecting computer attacks, analyzing malicious software and discovering vulnerabilities in software

Highlight: 2014 Google Faculty Research Award, 2015 Outstanding Reviewer Award at RAID 2015, 2016 German Prize for IT-Security 2016 (2nd Place), Distinguished Paper Award at USENIX Security 2022, ERC Consolidator Grant 2022

Research Stops: Berlin, Göttingen, Braunschweig

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Nikol Rummel

Research Interests: Cognitive, motivational and social aspects of learning
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Nikol Rummel

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Chair for Educational Psychology, Institute of Educational Research

PhD from Universität Freiburg

E-Mail: Nikol.Rummel@rub.de

HUB D

Research Interests: Cognitive, motivational and social aspects of learning

Highlight: 2016 – President of the International Society of the Learning Sciences (ISLS), 2017 – Chairwoman of the scientific advisory board of the Leibniz-WissenschaftsCampus “Kognitive Schnittstellen”, Tübingen

Research Stops: Wisconsin-Madison, Pittsburg (Carnegie Mellon)

Angela Sasse M Angela Sasse

Research Interests: Usable security and privacy
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M Angela Sasse

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Chair for Human-Centred Security

PhD from University of Birmingham

E-Mail: Martina.Sasse@ruhr-uni-bochum.de

HUB D

Research Interests: Usable security and privacy

Highlight: 2015 Fellow of Royal Academy of Engineering, Member of the North Rhine-Westphalian Academy of Sciences, Humanities and the Arts; Speaker of the BSI's Digital Consumer Protection Advisory Board (since 2021); H-index: 62

Research Stops: London, Birmingham, Sheffield, Eindhoven

Clara Schneidewind Clara Schneidewind

Research Interests: Blockchain, Formal methods for security, Applied cryptography
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Clara Schneidewind

Max Planck Institute for Security and Privacy - Heinz Nixdorf Research Group for Cryptocurrencies and Smart Contracts

PhD from Technical University of Vienna

E-Mail: Clara.Schneidewind@mpi-sp.org

HUB A

Research Interests: Blockchain, Formal methods for security, Applied cryptography

Highlight: Best EAPLS paper award at ETAPS

Research Stops: Pennsylvania, Vienna

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Peter Schwabe

Research Interests: Cryptography, specifically the design and secure implementation of cryptographic primitives
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Peter Schwabe

Max Planck Institute for Security and Privacy; Radboud Universität, Nijmegen

PhD from Eindhoven University of Technology

E-Mail: Peter.Schwabe@mpi-sp.org

HUB A, HUB B

Research Interests: Cryptography, specifically the design and secure implementation of cryptographic primitives

Highlight: ERC Starting Grant EPOQUE – Engineering post-quantum cryptography

Research Stops: Aachen, Eindhoven, Taipei, Nijmegen

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Jörg Schwenk

Research Interests: Cryptographic protocols (TLS, SSH, IPsec IKE, QUIC), Internet security (e.g. E-Mail, DNS) and PDF/Office security
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Jörg Schwenk

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Chair for Network and Data Security

PhD from Justus-Liebig Universität Giessen

E-Mail: Joerg.Schwenk@rub.de

HUB A, HUB C

Research Interests: Cryptographic protocols (TLS, SSH, IPsec IKE, QUIC), Internet security (e.g. E-Mail, DNS) and PDF/Office security

Highlight: 2014 Best Student Paper Award at ACM CCS, 2016 IETF TRON Award for best contribution to TLS standardization, ACM CCS 2021 Best Paper Award

Research Stops: Giessen, Nürnberg

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Aydin Sezgin

Research Interests: Communication, Information Theory, Physical Layer Security, Big Data
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Aydin Sezgin

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Chair for Digital Communication Systems

PhD from TU Berlin

E-Mail: Aydin.Sezgin@rub.de

HUB B

Research Interests: Communication, Information Theory, Physical Layer Security, Big Data

Highlight: 2009 – 2011 Head of Emmy Noether-Research-Group for Wireless Networks, 2016 Best Paper Award at ICCSPA

Research Stops: Berlin, Ulm, Irvine, Stanford

Cyber Security in the Age of Large-Scale Adversaries Michael Walter

Research Interests: Quantum Information, Algorithms, Complexity, Software; ; Theoretical Computer Science, Optimization; Mathematics
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Michael Walter

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Chair for Quantum Information

PhD from ETH Zürich

E-Mail: Michael.Walter@rub.de

HUB A

Research Interests: Quantum Information, Algorithms, Complexity, Software; ; Theoretical Computer Science, Optimization; Mathematics

Highlight: 2022 ERC Starting Grant, 2020 Early Career Award of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences

Research Stops: Zurich, Stanford, Amsterdam

Yuval Yarom Yuval Yarom

Research Interests: Microarchitectural attacks and defenses, Cryptographic engineering
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Yuval Yarom

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Chair for Computer Security

PhD degree in Computer Science from the University of Adelaide

E-Mail: Yuval.Yarom@rub.de

HUB B, HUB C

Research Interests: Microarchitectural attacks and defenses, Cryptographic engineering

Highlight: Pwnie Awards – Most Innovative Research and Best Privilege Escalation Bug (Black Hat 2018), Distinguished Paper Award (IEEE SP 2019), Best Paper Award (EuroSys 2019), Discovery Early Career Researcher Award (2020)

Research Stops: Adelaide, Bochum

Yixin Zou Yixin Zou

Research Interests: Human-centred security and privacy, human-computer interaction, social computing, digital inequality
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Yixin Zou

Max Planck Institute for Security and Privacy - Human-Centered Security and Privacy group

PhD in Information from the University of Michigan

E-Mail: Yixin.Zou@mpi-sp.org

HUB D

Research Interests: Human-centred security and privacy, human-computer interaction, social computing, digital inequality

Highlight: Meta Research Award (2022), John Karat Usable Privacy and Security Student Research Award (2022), ACM CHI Best Paper Award Honorable Mention (2019, 2020), SOUPS Distinguished Paper Award (2018)

Research Stops: University of Michigan, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, research intern at Meta, Mozilla, and NortonLifeLock

Associated PIs

Christian Mainka Christian Mainka

Research Interests: Web Security, Data Security
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Christian Mainka

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Chair for Network and Data Security

Associated PI, Dr.-Ing.

E-Mail: Christian.Mainka@rub.de

HUB C

Research Interests: Web Security, Data Security

Highlight: Best Paper Award ACM CCS 2021, Best Paper Award CSAW 2019, e-Hacking Platform: Winner of the 29th Round of the 5x5000 Contest/Centre for Teaching and Learning

Research Stops: Bochum

Vladislav Mladenov Vladislav Mladenov

Research Interests: Single Sign-On, Document Security, Data Format Security
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Vladislav Mladenov

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Chair for Network and Data Security

Associated PI, PhD from Ruhr-Universität Bochum

E-Mail: Vladislav.Mladenov@rub.de

HUB C

Research Interests: Single Sign-On, Document Security, Data Format Security

Highlight: CSAW Best Paper Award 2019: 1st Place, CSAW Best Paper Award 2022: 2nd Place, e-Hacking Platform: Winner of the 29th Round of the 5x5000 Contest/Centre for Teaching and Learning

Research Stops: Bochum, Konstanz

Pascal Sasdrich Pascal Sasdrich

Research Interests: Hardware Security, Secure Processor Design, Computer-Aided Security, Security-by-Design
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Pascal Sasdrich

Ruhr-Universität Bochum - Security Engineering

Associated PI, Ph.D. degree from Ruhr-Universität Bochum

E-Mail: Pascal.Sasdrich@rub.de

HUB B

Research Interests: Hardware Security, Secure Processor Design, Computer-Aided Security, Security-by-Design

Highlight: 1st place in 9th German IT Security Award (2022), Head of Emmy Noether-Research-Group for Computer-Aided Verification (CAVE)

Research Stops: Rambus Cryptography Research (San Francisco, Rotterdam)