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Secure Mobile Networking Lab
Department of Computer Science
Technische Universität Darmstadt
Mornewegstr. 32 (S4|14)
- Trust establishment
- Authentication for smart devices
- Secure communication protocols
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Secure Distance Bounding via TDoA-based Hyperbolic Multilateration with IEEE 802.11
Master Thesis, Project
There is an increasing number of applications and technical systems in which the physical presence of one device unlocks a certain functionality of another device. Prominent examples include touchless access systems, wireless payment services, and localization services. Touchless access systems, for instance, unlock
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Implementation of a Contextual Framework for Secure Device Pairing Methods on Android
With the proliferation of numerous personal gadgets and smart devices, device pairing has become prominent in introducing security to such a diverse environment. Clearly, the process of secure device pairing is much more ambiguous than previously thought. This stems from the fact that there is no coherent
Design, Implementation and Evaluation of a Privacy-preserving Framework for Trust Inference on Android
Implementation of Infrastructureless PSI on Android
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Fomichev, Mikhail ; Maass, Max ; Almon, Lars ; Molina, Alejandro ; Hollick, Matthias (2019):
Fomichev, Mikhail ; Álvarez, Flor ; Steinmetzer, Daniel ; Gardner-Stephen, Paul ; Hollick, Matthias (2017):
- Secure Mobile Systems (SeMoSy), Integrated Course, SS 2016, SS 2017
- Seminar on Networking, Security, Mobility, and Wireless Communications, SS 2016
- Secure Mobile Networking Lab/Project, SS 2016
Mikhail Fomichev obtained a master's degree in Electrical Engineering from KU Leuven in July 2014. He joined Secure Mobile Networking Lab (TU Darmstadt) in October 2015 and is currently focusing on scalable trust infrastructures for new generation secure communication systems.