Ph.D. student supervision
Alireza Mohammadi Nodooshan, Topic: Software security.
Ulf KargÚn Topics: testing for security, software testing.
Collaborative Network Security: Targeting Wide-area Routing and Edge-network Attacks.
Web Authentication using Third-Parties in Untrusted Environments.
Contributions to Web Authentication for Untrusted Computers.
David Byers, Currently working at LiU-IT.
Improving software security by Preventing known vulnerabilities.
Martin Karresand, Industrial PhD student, Topic: intrusion detection systems.
Shanai Ardi, Topic: software security.
Completing the Picture - Fragments and Back Again.
Currently at industry
A Model and Implementation of a Security Plug-in for the Software Life Cycle.
Almut Herzog, currently works for a consultant company.
(Lic 2002, PhD 2007) Cecile ┼berg, currently working for SMHI (Sveriges Meteorologiska och Hydrologiska Institut)
PhD:Usable security policies in runtime environments
Lic: Secure Execution Environment for Java Electronic Services.
(Lic 2005, PhD 2007)
An Evaluation Platform for Semantic Web Technology
Lic: Integration of Organizational Workflows and the Semantic Web.
Ioan Chisalita, currently working at Ericsson
(Lic 2004, PhD June 2006)
Communication and Networking Techniques for Traffic Safety Systems
Lic: Safety-Oriented Communication in Mobile Networks and Vehicles.
Claudiu Duma, currently working at industry
(Lic 2003, PhD 2005)
Security and Trust Mechanisms for Groups in Distributed Services.
Lic: Security and Efficiency Tradeoffs in Multicast Group Key Management.
Johan ┼berg, currently runs own company
Live Help Systems: An Approach to Intelligent Help for Web Information Systems.
Lin Han (Lic 2001). Lin is currently a security analyst for Bank of Montreal, Canada.
Secure and Scalable E-Service Software Delivery.
Dennis Maciuszek (Lic 2005)
Lic: Towards Dependable Virtual Companions for Later Life.
Henrik André-Jönsson (PhD 2002)
PhD: Indexing Strategies for Time Series Data.
(Lic 1997, PhD 2002)
From Information Management to Task Management in Electronic Mail.
Lic: CAFE: Towards a Conceptual Model for Information
Management in Electronic Mail.
Bringing Role-Based Access Control to Distributed Systems.
Niclas Wahllöf (Lic 1996)
A Default Extension to Description Logics and its Applications.
Patrick Lambrix, Professor at LiU
Part-Whole Reasoning in Description Logics.
Each year I also supervise and examine approx. 10-15 Master's
degree projects ("examensarbeten").