Computer Laboratory

I am a PhD student in the Security group, supervised by Dr Markus Kuhn.

My research is mainly about compromising emanations: the leakage of sensitive information from computer systems via electromagnetic radiation. Other than this, I am also interested in the intersection of signal processing and security in general, including topics like distance bounding protocols and unusual acoustic applications (such as my Part III project).

Contact: name dot last name at (starts with a D), or the GE06 office.


During my PhD studies, I have supervised the following courses:

  • Digital Signal Processing
  • Bioinformatics
  • Discrete Mathematics
  • Cryptography
  • Security
  • Software and Security Engineering


If you are a student who wants to do a project in an area I might be interested in, I'd be happy to talk about ideas (and might have some suggestions) – feel free to e-mail me or drop by GE06 if the lab is open.


I enjoy both capture-the-flag (cybersecurity) and algorithmic (ICPC-style) competitions, and have participated in quite a few of both. If you're interested in either, you might want to take a look at these student societies:

You can find my personal (less formal) webpage here.