Esfandiar Mohammadi
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Curriculum Vitae

'09 - '14 Doctorate in computer science, Saarland University, Saarbrücken.
'08 - '09 M.Sc. in computer science with distinction, Saarland University, Saarbrücken.
'04 - '08 B.Sc. in computer science, Saarland University, Saarbrücken.



Anonymous communication (AC) protocols, such as the widely used Tor network, are an important tool for a privacy-aware usage of the internet. In this project, we develop a generic framework for analyzing and quantifying complex systems, such as Tor, and their different anonymity properties in a unified manner.

CoSP: A General Framework for Computational Soundness Proofs

Dolev-Yao models of cryptographic operations constitute the foundation of many successful verification tools for security protocols. Many of these symbolic abstractions are computationally sound, i.e., the absence of attacks against the abstraction entails the security of suitable cryptographic realizations. CoSP is a general framework for conducting computational soundness proofs of symbolic models in a conceptually modular and generic way.



Boxify: Full-fledged App Sandboxing for Stock Android


(Nothing else) MATor(s): Monitoring the Anonymity of Tor's Path Selection

TUC: Time-sensitive and Modular Analysis of Anonymous Communication

Zero-Communication Seed Establishment for Anti-Jamming Techniques

Computational Soundness Results for ProVerif - Bridging the Gap from Trace Properties to Uniformity


AnoA: A Framework For Analyzing Anonymous Communication Protocols

Privacy-Preserving Accountable Computation


Ace: An Efficient Key-Exchange Protocol for Onion Routing

Provably Secure and Practical Onion Routing


Computationally Sound Abstraction and Verification of Secure Multi-Party Computations