- Technical Programme Committee for SECUREWARE (2019)
- Technical Programme Committee for VEHICULAR (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019)
- Organizing Committee for 3rd GI/ITG KuVS Fachgespräch Inter-Vehicle Communication (2015)
ReviewsJournals and conferences I've written reviews for (possibly incomplete list):
List of Projects, Teaching and Talks
This shows a(n incomplete) list of work I've done over the years. It should be roughly chronological. Needless to say, these works are not proper peer-reviewed works, even when google scholar seems to feel it should index them!
- I wrote an essay/paper (PDF) for Introduction to Biometrics (2010-2011), taught by Berk Gökberk at UT.
- I (attempted to) implement COPE (PDF, paper, see also MIT page) and MORE (PDF, paper, see also MIT page) in the JiST/SWANS network simulator for Mobile & Wireless Networking 2 (2010-2011), taught by Geert Heijenk and Hans van den Berg at UT. Unfortunately the implementation was not very successful, and both protocols have already been tested by the authors in MIT's roofnet (see here (EDIT: that link is down, I'm not sure where it moved to..)).
- I wrote about Traceable Anonymous Certificates and Certificate-based and Certificateless Encryption based on Bilinear pairings for the Cryptography 2 course (2010-2011), taught by Berry Schoenmakers and Benne de Weger at TU/e. The lecture notes for Berry's part (hosted on Berry's TU/e site) is excellent material for anyone interested in cryptography.
- I also collaboratively wrote a paper about Location Privacy in Road Pricing for the Privacy Seminar (2011-2012), given by Jaap-Henk Hoepman at the Radboud University Nijmegen.
- I wrote a few essays for the Law in Cyberspace course, entitled The Legal Problem of Software in Vehicles (PDF), Remote Search by Justice Authorities (collaboratively) and The Legal Problem of the right to access in ambient intelligence systems (PDF). This course (2011-2012) was taught by Mireille Hildebrandt at the Radboud University Nijmegen.
- I also wrote some code together with Christiaan Schade for Portunes for Trajce Dimkov, who wrote his PhD thesis around Portunes (note: our code was not involved in the thesis content).
My master thesis is now complete. I have graduated cum laude on August 24th, 2012. As noted, I won the 2012 ENIAC prize with my thesis.
ENIAC is the Alumni community of the University of Twente; every year it selects a commission that picks the best out of all nominees (set by each department). Mine was picked out of a group of six by the commission, consisting of Rom Langerak (Associate Professor and Director of Education at the UT), Kees Mastenbroek (Director of Topicus) and Mascha van der Voort (Associate Professor at the UT). See here (Dutch) for a list of all winners and nominees, including links to their theses.
- I attended the 2012 Summer School organized by the PRESERVE project, EIT ICT Labs Safe Mobility, the DIES group at the UT and the DS group at the Ulm University.
- I've taught the exercise part of the course "Sicherheit in IT-Systemen" (an introductory course on security) in the winter semester of 2012.
- I submitted a short paper to the 1st GI/ITG KuVS Fachgespräch Inter-Vehicle Communication, a discussion forum that was held on February the 21st and 22nd in Innsbruck, Austria. I presented a talk about the goals of my thesis, specified towards vehicular networks. You can find the paper here (status: technical report). Slides are available on request.
- I submitted a revised and improved version of my Master thesis to ACM WiSec 2013, which was accepted as a full paper. Download the author version here, and the slides I used here. The image in the slides is public domain; the style is here and the here is the additional tikz code I used to draw the majority of the images in the talk.
- I've taught/supervised the course "Praktische IT-Sicherheit" (Practical computer security) in the summer semester of 2013.
- I submitted a short paper to the 2nd GI/ITG KuVS Fachgespräch Inter-Vehicle Communication, a discussion forum that was held on February the 20th and 21st in Luxembourg. I presented a new idea here as a basis for discussion. The paper is here, the slides can be found here.
- I've taught the exercise part of the course "Sicherheit in IT-Systemen" (an introductory course on security) in the winter semester of 2013.
- I've taught the exercise part of the course "Security & Privacy in Mobile Systems" (an advanced course that covers exactly those topics) in the summer semester of 2014.
- I submitted and presented a workshop paper at the SmartVehicles workshop, co-located with IEEE WoWMoM 2014. The paper introduces the idea of a framework for misbehavior detection by fusing results from different mechanisms using subjective logic. Slides can be found here.
- One of my colleagues, Thomas Lukaseder, has received a best paper award at FGCT, for a paper we wrote based on a bachelor thesis supervised in part by me.
- I participated in Dagstuhl Seminar 14292 entitled Network Attack Detection and Defense: Securing Industrial Control Systems for Critical Infrastructures. Dagstuhl seminars are a type of seminar that brings together academia and industry experts to discuss current issues in the field. The results of these discussions will be published in several invited articles, as well as an official Dagstuhl publication.
- I've joined the programme chair for VEHICULAR 2015 to replace one of my colleagues, despite some doubts.
- I've taught the exercise part of the course "Sicherheit in IT-Systemen" (an introductory course on security) in the winter semester of 2014.
- I was part of the organizing committee of the 3rd GI/ITG KuVS Fachgespräch Inter-Vehicle Communication in 2015, held in Ulm. More information here.
- I took part in the course "Fit für die Lehre 1" (literally fit for teaching 1) on March 25th and 26th, which is the first in a series that teaches lecturers how to teach.
- I've taught the exercise part of the course "Security & Privacy in Mobile Systems" (an advanced course with a focus on our research) in the summer semester of 2015.