Filip Rezabek, M. Sc.

Research Associate
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Postal address

  • Institut für Informatik der
  • Technischen Universität München
  • Lehrstuhl I8
  • Boltzmannstr. 3
  • 85748 Garching bei München - Germany

Contact

  • Tel: +49 89 289 18011
  • e-Mail: rezabekAtnet.in.tum.de
    (GPG: 23C8 3F2C E0E0 A7F8 BBB6 9F7C B2DD 2373 B038 220C)
  • Building/Room: MI Building, 03.05.060

Consultation hours

By arrangement

Research

Research topics

  • Network security
  • Applied and threshold cryptography
  • System resilience
  • Distributed Ledger Technologies
  • Time-Sensitive Networking

Research projects

  • VITAF (Vertrauenswürdige IT für autonomes Fahren (Trustworthy IT for autonomous driving); from 01/2019)

Teaching

  • SS20: Teaching Assistant for P2P Networks and Security
  • Since 2020: Seminar "Innovative Internettechnologien und Mobilkommunikation (IITM)" (advisor)

About Me

After finishing the Master's thesis I joined the chair of Network Architectures and Services at Technical University of Munich (TUM) in 2020. My main area of interest is IT and IoT Security, focusing on resilience, distributed systems, and applied cryptography.

I enjoy working with students in the form of seminar topics, thesis, and other projects. In case there is no posting of thesis/IDP, feel free to reach and we might figure something out;preferrebly in the areas of my research.

Supervised Theses

In progress

Student Title Type Advisors Year Links
Christian Kilb Analysis of Practical Permissionless PoS-based Consensus MA Richard von Seck, Filip Rezabek 2021
Aaron Huber Schnorr Signatures for Efficient Byzantine Fault Tolerant Consensus in C++ BA Richard von Seck, Filip Rezabek 2021
Michael Haden Simulation of Time Sensitive Networking BA Kilian Holzinger, Filip Rezabek, Benedikt Jaeger 2021 Pdf
Paul Wiessner Emulation of Network Traffic for Applications in Autonomous Driving IDP Filip Rezabek, Marcin Bosk , Kilian Holzinger 2021
Chon Kit Kuok Dockerized Network Experiments Done Right MA Richard von Seck, Holger Kinkelin, Filip Rezabek 2021 Pdf

Finished

Author Title Type Advisors Year Links
Philip Höbler BLS Signatures for Efficient Byzantine Fault Tolerant Consensus in C++ BA Richard von Seck, Filip Rezabek 2021
Michal Virgovic Analysis and Performance Evaluation of Threshold Decryption Schemes MA Filip Rezabek, Dr. Holger Kinkelin 2021
Nikolas Mühlbauer Evaluation of OPC UA PubSub over TSN MA Erkin Kirdan, Filip Rezabek, Thomas Paul, Marc-Oliver Pahl 2020
Achraf Aroua Feasibility of Static Path Redundancy for Real-Time Applications in Software BA Filip Rezabek, Kilian Holzinger, Thomas Paul, Sebastian Gallenmüller 2020 Pdf
Justus von der Beek Software Implementation of Path Duplication on Link Layer for Real-Time Traffic BA Filip Rezabek, Kilian Holzinger, Thomas Paul, Sebastian Gallenmüller 2020 Pdf
Leon Kist Performance Evaluation of Lightweight Transport Layer Security Protocols BA Filip Rezabek, Dr. Holger Kinkelin 2020
Robert Junge A Tamper-Resistant Signature Services Based on Schnorr threshold signing MA Filip Rezabek, Dr. Holger Kinkelin 2020 Pdf
Sam Katala A Tamper-Resistant Signature Services Based on BLS threshold signing BA Filip Rezabek, Dr. Holger Kinkelin 2020 Pdf
Bohdan Hirnyak A Tamper-Resistant Signature Services Based on EDCSA threshold signing BA Filip Rezabek, Dr. Holger Kinkelin 2020 Pdf
Raphael Schleithoff Lightweight Consensus for Distributed Certificate Issuance BA Dr. Holger Kinkelin, Filip Rezabek 2020