Present Projects

    Thrusted Healthcare Systems. More information can be found here.
    Learning State Machines for Network Traffic Analysis. Funded by Sicco Verwer's Veni grant (STW). More details will follow later.
    Learning Extended State Machines for Malware Analysis. Funded by NWO Cybersecurity. More details will follow.
  • Pearl
    The Pearl Project is funded by the Sentinels programme and involves partners including University of Twente, TU/e, Radboud Nijmegen, Philips and TNO. The goal of the PEARL project is to develop practical security controls for RFID-based systems, and a corresponding assessment methodology. Further information can be obtained here.
  • ComCom
    ERC funded project ComCom ("Communication and Computation - Two Sides of One Tapestry", Starting Grant Michael Gastpar); partners EPFL and TU Delft; PhD student Zhijie Ren supervised by Jos Weber and Michael Gastpar; 2012-2016.
  • Secure and Reliable Physical Layer Network Coding
    CSC funded project, PhD student Mingxiao Ma supervised by Jos Weber and Inald Lagendijk; 2014-2018.

Selection of Past Projects

    NWO funded project INTEX ("Interference Exploitation in Wireless Networks"); partners UT, TU Delft, and EPFL; postdoc Jasper Goseling; 2012-2014.
  • Kindred Spirits (KS)
    The KS Project is funded by the STW programme and involves several research and industrial partners including University of Twente, Philips, TNO and Irdeto. The main goal is to protect the privacy in social networks. Further information can be obtained here.
  • Signal Processing in the Encrypted Domain (SPEED)
    SPEED was supported by EU-FP5 FET programme between years 2006 and 2009 with international partners including Philips, KU Leuven, Universities of Bochum, Siena and Florence. SPEED focussed on merging cryptography with signal processing to address the protection of privacy-sensitive data in several signal processing applications like face recognition, classifiers and branching programs. Please refer to this link for further information.
  • Privacy in an Ambient World (PAW)
    The PAW was supported by Dutch Ministry of Economic Affairs between 2003 and 2007 with partners including TNO, University of Twente and Radbaud Nijmegen. The objective of the PAW project was to develop a privacy protecting architecture that can provide full privacy of the user in an ambient world. Further information can be found here.
  • Privacy Incorperated Software Agent (PISA)
    PISA was supported by EU-FP5 programme between 2001 and 2003 with international partners including TNO and GlobalSign. The focus was on specifying, validating and promoting open and secure service provision architecture to provide new services by software agents to users, moving across networks and service providers.