I am the head of the Secure Web Applications Group and Tenure-Track Faculty at CISPA. Prior to that, I was a postdoctoral researcher in the group of Michael Backes. Before joining CISPA, I was a PhD student and research fellow at the Security Research Group of the University Erlangen-Nuremberg, supervised by Felix Freiling.
Research Interests: Web Security, Network Security, Vulnerability Notifications, Usable Security
Since March 2021, I am Ph.D. student in the Secure Web Applications Group, supervised by Ben Stock. Before this, I pursued my master's in Computer Science from Saarland University while also working at MPI Informatik as a Research Assistant. I did my bachelor studies at Vellore Institue of Technology, India.
Research Interests: Web Security, Vulnerability Detection
Since March 2019, I am a Ph.D. student at CISPA, supervised by Ben Stock. Before that, I studied Computer Science (Master) and Cybersecurity (Bachelor) at Saarland University, while working as a Research Assistant for CISPA.
Research Interests: Web Security, Vulnerability Detection, Usable Security, Vulnerability Notifications
I am visiting assistant professor at Stanford University since October 2021. Since January 2018, I was a Ph.D. student at CISPA, jointly supervised by Michael Backes and Ben Stock, and defended my PhD in May 2021. Prior to that, I was a master student at the French Grande École TELECOM Nancy and wrote in particular my master's thesis at the German Federal Office for Information Security under the supervision of Isabelle Chrisment and Robert Krawczyk.
Research Interests: Static Code Analysis, Malware & Vulnerability Detection, Machine Learning, Adversarial Attacks
I am a full-time researcher in the SPIRALS team at CNRS. Before that, I was a postdoctoral researcher in the Secure Web Applications Group at the CISPA-Helmholtz Center for Information Security. Previously, I was a postdoctoral researcher in the PragSec lab at Stony Brook University working with Nick Nikiforakis. My current topics of research are Security and privacy on the Web. I obtained my PhD at Inria in Rennes working on the topic of browser fingerprinting. As part of my thesis, I developed the AmIUnique website to understand fingerprinting and worked with the Tor organization to improve the Tor browser fingerprinting defenses.
Research Interests: Web security, Browser Fingerprinting, Software Debloating
I was a PhD student Secure Web Applications Group at CISPA, supervised by Ben Stock. In 2007, I wrote my master's thesis at the Ruhr University Bochum under the supervision of Christof Paar. Henceforth I worked as a security tester in the Siemens CERT, for T-Systems, and the Cosmosdirekt insurance.
Research Interests: Web Security, Blockchain/Cryptography
Since October 2018, I was a Ph.D. student in the Secure Web Applications Group, supervised by Ben Stock. I defended my PhD in June 2021. Before that, I studied Cybersecurity at the University of Saarland, while working at the CISPA as a research assistant.
Research Interests: Web Security, Large-Scale Vulnerability Detection