Alexandra Weber

Alexandra Weber
Office: S2|02 E322
Phone: +49 6151 16-25255
Fax: +49 6151 16-25251
Mail: weberatmais.informatik.tu-darmstadt.de

TU Darmstadt

Department of Computer Science

Modeling and Analysis of Information Systems

Hochschulstraße 10

D-64289 Darmstadt

Germany

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Short Bio

After studying Computer Science at TU Darmstadt and as an exchange student at IIT Madras in Chennai, I joined the MAIS group as a PhD candidate in the project Secure Refinement of Cryptographic Algorithms. I am interested in provable security guarantees. My current focus is to improve the security of cryptographic algorithms against side channels, using program analysis.

Research Interests

  • formal methods
  • semantics
  • program analysis
  • software security
  • interactive theorem proving

Thesis Topics and Student Assistant Positions

If you are a student at TU Darmstadt and are interested in writing a Bachelor's or Master's thesis or in working as a student researcher (HiWi) on program analysis against side channels, please contact me via email.

Publications

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2012

  • Alexandra Weber. A Formal Model, a Noninterference Condition, and a Sound Type System for a Certifying Application Store. Bachelor Thesis, TU Darmstadt, 2012.
    BibTeX entry ]

Talks, Lectures and Posters

Supervised Theses

  • Manuel Cremer. Test Cases for Detecting the Lucky 13 Vulnerability with SPASCA. Bachelor's thesis, TU Darmstadt, 2017. [ BibTeX entry ]
  • Florian Dewald. Establishing Trust in a Timing-Sensitive Information-Flow Analysis for AVR Assembly Programs. Studienarbeit, TU Darmstadt, 2017.[ BibTeX entry ]

Services to the Scientific Community

I have been a subreviewer for POST 2015, IFIP Sec 2015, ESSoS 2016, Sicherheit 2016, ESORICS 2016, ESORICS 2017.

 

Last modified on 25 October 2017.

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