Kasper Rasmussen is Associate Professor in the Computer Science Department. He joined University of Oxford in 2013 and in 2015 was awarded a University Research Fellowship from the Royal Society in London.
Kasper Rasmussen completed his masters degree in Computer Science (Information technology and Mathematics) from the Technical University of Denmark (DTU) in December 2005. His masters thesis was on optimization of path protection in circuit switched networks. Kasper did his Ph.D. with prof. Srdjan Capkun at the Department of Computer Science at ETH Zurich. During his Ph.D. he worked mainly on security issues relating to secure time synchronization and secure localization with a particular focus on distance bounding. After completing his Ph.D., Kasper worked as a post-doc at University of California, Irvine, with Prof. Gene Tsudik.
A list of current research interests can be found bellow.
- Security of Wireless Networks
- Protocol design
- Applied Cryptography
- Security of embedded systems
- Cyber-physical systems
Nearby Threats: Reversing‚ Analyzing‚ and Attacking Google's "Nearby Connections" on Android
Daniele Antonioli‚ Nils Ole Tippenhauer and Kasper Rasmussen
In Network and Distributed System Security Symposium (NDSS). February, 2019.
On the Relationship Between Weak and Strong Deniable Authenticated Encryption
Kasper Rasmussen and Paolo Gasti
In International Conference on Privacy‚ Security‚ and Trust (PST). August, 2018.
Leaky Wires: Information Leakage and Covert Communication Between FPGA Long Wires
Ilias Giechaskiel‚ Kasper Rasmussen and Ken Eguro
In ACM Asia Conference on Computer & Communications Security (AsiaCCS). July, 2018.