Department of Computer Science and Technology

Dr Markus Kuhn

Portrait, July 2012

University Senior Lecturer at the University of Cambridge Department of Computer Science and Technology (the former “Computer Laboratory”) and a Fellow of Wolfson College.

Research interests: computer security, in particular hardware and signal-processing aspects, including in particular compromising emanations, RFID security, and the security of positioning systems (distance-bounding protocols, authentication of navigation signals), hardware tamper resistance, smartcards, network security, intellectual-property protection technology and software-defined radio applications.

Contact information

Dr Markus Kuhn
University of Cambridge
Computer Laboratory
15 JJ Thomson Avenue
Cambridge CB3 0FD
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 1223 3-34676  (09:30–18:30)
Skype: mgkuhn
Fax: +44 1223 3-34678
Email: [Javascript required]
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Time zone: UTC+1h in summer (last Sun Mar – last Sun Oct)
UTC in winter

Reachability status: away 11 August to 2 September 2019.

PhD applicants: I may be able to take on 1–2 new PhD students, and in particular look for applicants interested in hardware security, side-channel analysis, applied cryptography, statistical signal processing, or radio communication.

Internships and visits: Since quite regularly get email applications for internships: please note that I do not usually have any funding available for interships.

Publications

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Teaching

I teach second and third year undergraduate courses in the Computer Science Tripos: Security, Cryptography, Digital Signal Processing, Unix Tools, and give an introductory lecture on LaTeX and MATLAB.

Course materials pages: 2018/19, 2017/18, 2016/17, 2015/16, 2014/15, 2013/14, 2012/13, 2011/12, 2010/11, 2009/10.

PhD students: Shih-Chun You. Former PhD students of mine that have already graduated: Piotr Zieliński, Steven Murdoch, Gerhard Hancke, Saar Drimer, Andrew Lewis, Marios Omar Choudary, Christian O'Connell.

We organize a Security Seminar Series, which is open to the public.