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I am currently a Software Analyst at the Horia Hulubei National Institute for R&D in Physics and Nuclear Engineering (IFIN-HH) at the computing brach. I am assisting the development of software for the institute, advising on the security measures of the software being developed, providing training and support for the staff and working with students on various projects as part of larger CERN projects such as grid computing.


Formerly, I have been a PhD student and Teaching Assistant at University of Birmingham and have started my PhD on the 1st of October 2007, supervised by Dr. Hayo Thielecke. Here is a mugshot self-taken picture of me, not so long ago. I have defended my thesis and passed my PhD viva examination in May 2013.

My research interests are computer security at the level of abstract reasoning with emphasis on computer security. Most problems in computer security due to the underlying programming logic. Reasons are numerous spanning from simple issues such as memory allocation/accessing, format string manipulations, pointer arithmetic and more intricate subjects when concurrency is involved.