Nataša Trkulja is a research assistant at the Institute of Distributed Systems. Her research focuses on the security of wireless communication networks, particularly as related to Vehicle-to-Everything (V2X) networks.
She holds a Master of Science degree (M.Sc.) from Boston University (USA) in Electrical Engineering and a Bachelor of Science degree (B.Sc.) from Worcester Polytechnic Institute (USA) in Electrical and Computer Engineering. She worked in the automotive industry for three years as an electrical design engineer prior to starting graduate school.
- CONNECT (09/2022 - ongoing): Continuous and Efficient Cooperative Trust Management for Resilient CCAM. Funding: European Union’s Horizon Europe
- SAVE (11/2020 – 06/2023): Securing Automated VEhicles – Japan-Germany. Funding: BMBF.
- SecForCARs (04/2018 – 01/2023): Security for Connected Automated Cars. Funding: BMBF.
- Security of IT Systems (SEC) - WS 2021/2022
- Praktische IT-Sicherheit (PSEC) - SS 2022
- Embedded Security (EMS) - WS 2022/2023
- Praktische IT-Sicherheit (PSEC) - SS 2023