I take up the position in December 2022. However, the seminar already starts at the beginning of the semester.
My research area is real-world cryptography which covers all practically relevant means of secure communication and storage, especially cryptographic messaging protocols.
If you are interested in working with with me (bachelor theses, master theses, joint research, or PhD advisor), don’t hesitate to get in touch via email. Ideally, you provide an area of interest: E.g., a particular secure communication application, a cryptographic/network protocol, a problem or a question about secure communication you consider relevant, or simply a research paper you found interesting. Bachelor and master students don’t have to have a clear thesis topic in mind – we will find an interesting, individual problem together.
|Since Dec 2022||Assistant Professor (W1), Real-World Cryptography Group, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg|
|Jan–Nov 2022||Postdoc hosted by Yevgeniy Dodis, New York University|
|Aug 2022||Research visit with Mihir Bellare, UC San Diego|
|Mar-Oct 2021||Postdoc hosted by Marc Fischlin, TU Darmstadt|
|2016-2021||Ph.D. in Applied Cryptography supervised by Jörg Schwenk and second advisor Eike Kiltz, Ruhr University Bochum|
|Jan 2020||Research visit with Yevgeniy Dodis, New York University|
|Oct 2019||Research visit with Kenny Paterson, ETH Zürich|
|Nov 2018||Research visit with Serge Vaudenay, EPF Lausanne|
|Feb 2018||Research visit with Bertram Poettering, Royal Holloway, University of London|
|2015-2018||M.Sc. IT Security, Ruhr University Bochum|
|2012-2015||B.Sc. IT Security, Ruhr University Bochum|
For more details, see my full CV.
Publications: See my profiles at Google Scholar or DBLP, or my personal website.