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Paper accepted at ACM CHI’23

Our paper "FIDO2 the Rescue? Platform vs. Roaming Authentication on Smartphones" was accepted at ACM...

Feb 16, 2023

Three SEEMOO and WISE thesis students won the Datenlotsen-Preis 2021 and 2022

We are happy to announce that Andreas Bäuml, Lukas Magel and Ben-Jasper Kettlitz won the...

Dec 20, 2022

Discovery of Critical Linux and Android Wi-Fi Bugs

We uncovered five vulnerabilities in Linux's Wi-Fi stack, partially dating back to version 5.1 from...

Oct 18, 2022

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For Students


Our courses cover the intersection of (wireless) networking and security and privacy.


Looking for a thesis? We offer exciting topics, usually emphasizing practical work. Don't find something that suits you? Fill out the application form and we'll try to find a tailor-made topic for you.


Looking for a position as a student assistant? You can support our courses as a teaching assistant. Leaning towards research? Apply for an open position or contact us directly if you would like to work on a specific topic.

For Researchers

Research Areas

We work at the intersection of mobile and wireless communication and IT security. This includes topics in the areas of IoT, the Future Internet, mobile networks, resilient systems, and privacy-enhancing technologies. We have expertise in several communication technologies such as LTE, Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth.


We regularly publish our results at top-ranked scientific conferences and journals in the areas of mobile and wireless communication as well as IT security. We received several best paper and demo awards for our work.

Reproducible Research

We develop and publish numerous open-source tools on GitHub. These include wireless research platforms and prototypes of security- and privacy-enhancing systems.

Want to learn more?

Do not hesitate to contact us for further information or to visit us in our lab.