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Assistant Professor of Computer Science Affiliation: NYU Abu Dhabi
Research Areas: information and communication security
Christina Pöpper is a computer scientist with a focus on information and communication security. Her research goal is to better understand and enhance the security and privacy of current and future IT and communication systems. Specific interests are the security of wireless systems and applications, where she is working on topics like secure localization and jamming-resistant communication, mobile-, protocol- and system-level security as well as on aspects of privacy. She is teaching computer/IT security and general computer science classes. She is affiliated with the Center for Cyber Security at NYUAD.
Prior to joining NYUAD, Christina Pöpper was an assistant professor at Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany, where she headed the Information Security Group at the Electrical Engineering and Information Technology Department / Horst-Görtz-Institute for IT-Security. In the past, she taught specialized courses on wireless security as well as on private and anonymous communication. She received her doctoral and graduate degrees in computer science from ETH Zurich, Switzerland.
Her research interest is cybersecurity and privacy. One focus area is wireless and communication security, in particular securing wireless radio transmissions against jamming as well as securing localization techniques. She likes to combine systems and security mechanisms in different application settings. She addresses secure systems where cryptography alone is often not enough.