CISPA Helmholtz Center For Information Security
The SCy-Phy group at CISPA focuses on applied security research in the domain of cyber-physical systems: industrial control systems (ICS), embedded systems, and the Internet-of-Things (IoT). Current research highlights are results on low-level security of the Bluetooth protocol, adversarial learning attacks on Anomaly detection systems for ICS, and state-aware anomaly detection systems for ICS.
We are looking for a prospective PhD student in 2020! Please write to email@example.com
I am interested in information security aspects of practical systems. In particular, I am working on physcial-layer attacks and defenses for Industrial Systems, low-layer wireless security, and various other embedded systems security topics.Personal website
Alessandro is a Ph.D. student since May 2019, working on anomaly detection in Cyber-Physical Systems. His research comprises the development and study of adversarial attacks to deceive anomaly detection systems.
Till is a PhD student since June 2020.
Daniel is currently working as research assistant on low-level Bluetooth protocols
Amir is currently writing his BSc thesis on secure motor controllersPersonal website
We have an open PhD position for research in the area of security of Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS), Industrial Control Systems (ICS), IoT, and wireless communications. The position comes with a competitive salary in a high quality working environment. Working language is English. Please send CV and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.