David Schrammel

Dipl.-Ing. BSc

Secure Systems, PhD Student

David Schrammel is a PhD student under the supervision of Prof. Stefan Mangard in the Secure Systems (SESYS) group. He graduated to Dipl.Ing. (MSc) from the University of Technology Graz in 2019. His master's thesis is about an efficient hardware implementation of a lattice-based encryption scheme which was supervised by Stefan Mangard and Peter Pessl.
David Schrammel

Research

The main focus of my research is on software security under the presence of side-channels.
This includes creating countermeasures against memory safety vulnerabilities, side-channel attacks, and fault attacks.
Furthermore, I am interested in secure and correct compilation as well as software isolation techniques.

Publications

Donky: Domain Keys – Efficient In-Process Isolation for RISC-V and x86

Schrammel D., Weiser S., Steinegger S., Schwarzl M., Schwarz M., Mangard S., Gruß D.
Proceedings of the 29th USENIX Security Symposium, 29th USENIX Security Symposium, 1677-1694, (Proceedings of the 29th USENIX Security Symposium

Big Numbers – Big Troubles: Systematically Analyzing Nonce Leakage in (EC)DSA Implementations

Weiser S., Schrammel D., Bodner L., Spreitzer R.
Proceedings of the 29th USENIX Security Symposium, 29th USENIX Security Symposium, 1767-1784, (Proceedings of the 29th USENIX Security Symposium

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