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Dipl.-Inform. Sebastian Zickau

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In 2002, I finished my diploma thesis during a project at the IT-Service-Center of the Technische Universität Berlin where I worked as a student research assistant. The main focus of the thesis was on e-mail and smartcard security. After I received my diploma, I continued to work at the tubIT Service Center in Berlin as a research assistant. During this time, I contributed to several security, policy, and access control projects, such as TUBIT and OBAN. In 2008, I started to work as a research assistant at the University of Reading in England for nearly three years. I joined the EU-funded Hydra Middleware project (now LinkSmart middleware) in the School of Systems Engineering. My main focus was on security/policy aspects and context-awareness functionalities during the realization of the Hydra software along with work on project demonstrators and general research.

In March 2012, I joined the Telekom Innovation Laboratories in Berlin. As a research scientist in Prof. Dr. Axel Küpper's chair Service-centric Networking, I contribute to the projects TRESOR, Curcuma, PARADISE, IdentityChain, and DIMS.My main research areas are on location-based services, applied security, privacy-enhancing technologies, access control policies, self-sovereign identity, and distributed ledger technologies.

Research Interests

  • Location-based Services
  • Applied Security
  • Privacy-enhancing Technologies
  • Attribute-based Access Control / Encryption
  • Self-Sovereign Identity
  • Distributed Ledger Technologies
  • Meta Data and Linked Data
  • Semantic Technologies and Ontologies
  • Mobile Applications and Services

Publications

Interactive Design of Geofences for Proactive Location-based Services in Smart Cities
Zitatschlüssel SRG:2019a
Autor Rodriguez Garzon, S. and Pöllabauer, T. and Zickau, S. and Küpper, A.
Buchtitel Proceedings of the 16th IEEE International Conference on Ubiquitous Intelligence and Computing (UIC 2019)
Jahr 2019
DOI 10.13140/RG.2.2.14880.64005
Ort Leicester, UK
Verlag IEEE
Typ der Publikation SNET Ubiquitous
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Thesis

  • Zickau, S. (2002). Entwurf und prototypische Implementierung eines sicheren E-Mail-Konzeptes im TU-Projekt Campuskarte. Diploma Thesis, Technische Universität Berlin

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