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 2021! 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.
Hamid earned his PhD in this group in 2019, and is currently a PostDoc researcher.
Anne is currently working on industrial communication protocols.
Daniel is currently working as research assistant on low-level Bluetooth protocols
Yu-De came to Saarland, Germany from Taiwan in March, 2019. He is curious about what the machine learning can achieve in the world of the security. He is currently writing his MSc thesis on Side-channel attacks on embedded AI devices.
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.