Ephraim is a research assistant in the Security in Distributed Systems (SVS) research group at University of Hamburg, Department of Computer Science.
He studied IT at Dresden University of Technology with focus on IT-security and data privacy. In 2012, he was granted a one-year-scholarship of the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) for studying abroad at Auckland University of Technology (AUT), New Zealand, where he extended his knowledge in digital forensics and network security. Alongside his studies, he worked as teaching assistant at AUT University and delivered lectures and tutorials in mathematics and IT. Afterwards, Ephraim wrote his diploma thesis on the theoretical and practical integration of post-quantum cryptography into IPsec/IKEv2 in cooperation with secunet Security Networks AG. He graduated in 2014 as Diplom-Informatiker.
- Cryptography and cryptanalysis
- IT-forensics and network security
- Post-Quantum Cryptography
Publications and Talks