Matthias Perner

M. Perner
Office: S2|02 E321
Phone: +49 6151 16-25257
Fax: +49 6151 16-25251
Mail: perneratmais.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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I started in MAIS as a tutor for Foundations of Computing in the winter term 2007.  Briefly after that I came into first contact with language-based information-flow security during my bachelor's thesis on an information-flow analysis for "Common Intermediate Language".  I continued as a student assistant during my master studies contributing to the "Side Channel Finder", a tool to support Java developers to detect possible timing side channel vulnerabilities due to branching that depends on secret information.  In my master's thesis I investigated the impact of scheduling on controlled declassification. After graduating I started as a PhD student at MAIS in the project "Reliable Security for Concurrent Programs" within the DFG priority program "Reliably Secure Software Systems".  Since then, my research evolves around the general theme of information-flow security for concurrent programs.

Research Interest

My research interest mainly lies in the development of practical solutions for information-flow security with solid theoretical foundations and their application.  My current research focuses on the theoretical foundations.  In this area I currently investigate, e.g. the impact of changes in the semantics on information-flow security and how to get rid of semantic side-conditions from analysis techniques.

Theses Topics and Student Assistant Positions

If you are looking for a thesis topic or a position as student assistant, that aims at practical solutions with theoretical foundations for information-flow security of concurrent programs, you can contact me via email.

Publications

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