Welcome

I am a PhD candidate at the Chair of Security Engineering, RUB, Bochum, Germany. I am studying side-channel attacks and security engineering under the supervision of Tim Güneysu.
In 2017, I completed a Master's Degree at Télécom SudParis, in telecommunication engineering, with a specialization in network and system security.

My current research interests are:

  • Side-channel attacks
  • Formal verification of masked implementations

News


Preprint published: Formal Definition and Verification for Combined Random Fault and Random Probing Security with Sonia Belaid, Jakob Feldtkeller, Tim Güneysu, Jan Richter-Brockmann, Matthieu Rivain, Pascal Sasdrich, Abdul Rahman Taleb

Preprint published: INDIANA - Verifying (Random) Probing Security through Indistinguishability Analysis with Christof Beierle, Jakob Feldtkeller, Tim Güneysu, Gregor Leander, Jan Richter-Brockmann and Pascal Sasdrich

TCHES 2024 published artifact for A Tale of Snakes and Horses: Amplifying Correlation Power Analysis on Quadratic Maps with "IACR CHES Artifacts Functional" badge along with Georg Land, Ioan Gabriel Bucur, and Tim Güneysu

TCHES 2024, Issue 1, accepted paper: A Tale of Snakes and Horses: Amplifying Correlation Power Analysis on Quadratic Maps, with Georg Land, Ioan Gabriel Bucur, and Tim Güneysu

Received 3-year research funding grant from CASA, RUB, for a doctoral position