About

Martin Henze
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I am working as a postdoctoral research fellow within the Cyber ​​Analysis & Defense (CA&D) department at the Fraunhofer Institute for Communication, Information Processing and Ergonomics FKIE. Before, I headed the Security and Privacy research group at the chair of Communication and Distributed Systems (COMSYS) at RWTH Aachen University. I was a research intern at the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT) at the University of Luxembourg. I studied computer science at RWTH Aachen University, where I obtained a Diploma degree (equiv. M.Sc.) and a PhD (Dr. rer. nat.). My advisor was Klaus Wehrle. My academic achievements were awarded with the Nachwuchsförderpreis Verbraucherforschung NRW, the Borchers-Plakette and the ICT Young Researcher Award.

My research focuses on security and privacy challenges in large-scale communication systems. Currently, I am focusing on securing industrial networks, especially in the energy and production sectors. Previously, I worked within the TRINICS project to create transparency on the usage of cloud services and within the SSICLOPS project on the privacy-aware handling of data in the cloud. I also worked on security and privacy challenges of outsourcing sensor and IoT data to the cloud in the context of the SensorCloud and IPACS projects.

Trivia

  • My Erdős number is (at most) four. Please let me know if you know about any shorter path. Some notable paths of length four include:
    • Martin Henze Thomas Engel Gianluca Rizzo Shmuel Zaks Paul Erdős
    • Martin Henze Bernhard Rumpe Alan Hartman Ronald C. Mullin Paul Erdős
    • Martin Henze Oliver Hohlfeld Bruce M. Maggs D. Frank Hsu Paul Erdős
  • Four papers I co-authored are listed in Free Haven’s Selected Papers in Anonymity