Matthias Matousek has left the Institute of Distributed Systems and this page will not be updated anymore.
I have been studying Computer Sciene in Media at the University of Ulm until the summer of 2015. I also spent one year of my studies (2013-2014) in the Netherlands where I visited lectures at three different universities: University of Twente, Eindhoven University of Technology, and Radboud Unversity Nijmegen. The lectures were part of the Kerckhoffs Institute for Computer Security. For my Master's Thesis I was working on a secure processor called Secure Execution PUF-based Processor (SEPP). In summer 2015 I joined the Institute of Distributed Systems, where I am now working as a research assistant.
I am generally interested in security and privacy of IT systems. Specifically, I am working on the privacy of interconnected vehicles. Furthermore, I am interested in enabling private communication (such as cryptography in messenger services) in a user-friendly way.
- F3 – Fahrer, Fahrzeug, Forschung
- <link in vs proj ppsat internal-link internal link current>Privacy-Preserving Security for Automotive Telematics (PP-SAT)
I gladly supervise bachelor's, master's and diploma theses that fit into my research interests. My currently available topics for thesis and projects are listed below. Ongoing and completed thesis can be viewed here.