Currently, I work for Intel and tackling problems related to Rowhammer.
Previously, I was a Post Doctoral Researcher in the
Mobility and Networking Research group at Microsoft Research in Redmond.
In 2019, I received my Ph.D. degree from VU Amsterdam in the VUSec group.
I have a broad interest in the security of computer systems. I currently focus on
security problems that arise at the boundary between hardware and software.
I work to increase the reliability of the DRAM memory sub-system with a focus
on the Rowhammer problem.
Previously, I worked on projects involving binary analysis and binary
Panopticon: A complete in-dram rowhammer mitigation
mFIT: A bump-in-the-wire tool for plug-and-play analysis of rowhammer susceptibility factors
Are we susceptible to rowhammer? An end-to-end methodology for cloud providers
Exploiting Correcting Codes: On the Effectiveness of ECC Memory Against Rowhammer Attacks
[Distinguished Practical Paper Award]
Instruction Duplication: Leaky and Not Too Fault-Tolerant!
Off-the-shelf Embedded Devices as Platforms for Security Research
JTR: A Binary Solution for Switch-Case Recovery
PIE: Parser Identification in Embedded Systems
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