I design and build secure networked systems. In an increasingly interconnected world, we'd better be able to trust the systems we use and the information we get. That's basically what we are after with my Networked Systems Security (NSS) group. Our research agenda includes a gamut of security and privacy problems. We have a strong systems character, implementing and evaluating our solutions. At the same time, we pay close attention to theoretical methods, including, notably, formal protocol analysis and information-theoretic results.
For students and researchers:
If you are interested, take one or more of our courses (listed below), do a BSc or an individual project with us, or contact us for an MSc thesis.
If you are interested in joining the group as a pre- or post-doctoral researcher, please see the "Open positions" in the group web page.