I’m co-founder of CodeShield. Prior to that, I worked as a research associate in the Secure Software Engineering Group advised by Prof. Dr. Eric Bodden and Prof. Dr. Ben Hermann at Paderborn University starting in 2017. I received the MSc In Computer Science from Paderborn University in 2016.
My research interests include program analysis with a security focus, empirical software engineering, and the detection of vulnerabilities in open-source software. I’m an advocate of open-source software and an AWS community builder. I’m also one of the main contributors of the static analysis framework Soot.
PhD Student in Computer Science, 2017
MSc in Computer Science, 2016
BSc in Computer Science, 2013
Java, Python, Neo4j, PostgresSQL
HTML, CSS, SASS, Bootstrap
AWS, Docker, Gitlab CI, Jenkins
Soot, WALA, JavaParser, Steady
Future-proofing the Soot Framework for Program Analysis and Transformation. The goal of this DFG project is to develop a brand-new version of Soot. This new version will enable people to use Soot in a much more flexible manner. I am a main contributor to this project.
Together with my colleagues I kick-started the design and development of the new Soot framework.
Reviewer, ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (TOSEM), 2022.
Reviewer, ACM Transactions on Software Engineering and Methodology (TOSEM), 2021.
Student Volunteer, Joint Meeting of the European Software Engineering Conference and the ACM Sigsoft Symposium on the Foundations of Software Engineering (ESEC/FSE), 2017.