My research is primarily focused on decentralized distributed systems, online privacy and non-volatile memory applications. The combination of these topics poses a particularly interesting possibility for the development of networks to me.
Topics for supervision of theses are primarily in my fields of research:
decentralized distributed systems, online privacy and non-volatile memory applications.
In these areas we occasionally find interesting questions
that are suitable to elaborate in a thesis.
If you have an idea for a problem in these fields
that might be interesting to work on,
we can work out the specifics of the thesis together.
Aside from that, I have also supervised theses on security questions on occasion. However, since my primary research interests lie in other areas, I cannot oversee topics that require intimate knowledge of specific methods.
You can use the list of previously supervised topics below as insipration to find a problem to work on.
- Applying security principles in NFC based employee hour tracking systems (Bachelor, September 2020)
- Evaluation of Bootstrapping Mechanisms for Persistent Streams (Bachelor, January 2021)
- Building a Stateless Privacy-Focused Microblogging Service on a Decentralized Architecture (Master, July 2021)
- Random Numbers in Cryptography - Analysis on the Prevalence of Unsafe (Pseudo) Random Numbers in Open Source Software (Bachelor, July 2021)
- Efficient Transparent Proxies for QUIC Frames in Persistent Streams (Bachelor, September 2021)
Persistent Streams: The Internet With Ephemeral StorageIn: Tagungsband des FG-BS Herbsttreffens 2021
An Algorithm for Dependency-Preserving Smart Home UpdatesIn: PerIoT 2021: 5th International Workshop on Mobile and Pervasive Internet of Things (PerIoT 2021)
Requirements and Mechanisms for Smart Home UpdatesIn: SENSYBLE 2020, 2nd workshop on Smart Systems for Better Living Environments
Group-based Memory Management in FyrIn: Tagungsband des FG-BS Herbsttreffens 2020