I’m currently PhD student at the Computer Science and Engineering department at the Chalmers University in Gothenburg, Sweden. My research focuses on security and resilience for cyber-physical systems, especially automotive systems. So far, I have been working on answering questions like: How to classify security demands for automotive systems? How to link security demands to generic security requirements? and What are suitable security and resilience mechanisms for automotive systems? Moreover, I have been working on specific mechanisms, such as improving a freshness mechanism for authenticated messages, and trust-based solutions in VANETs.
I pursued my Master Degree at the Salzburg University of Technology, Austria and the Halmstad University, Sweden. During my study in Halmstad I participated together with five other students in the Grand Cooperative Driving Challenge (GCDC) 2016. Here are also some videos about the competition and our team.