Dr.-Ing. Aurore Fass

I am a Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University. My research broadly focuses on Web security and privacy, Web measurements, and machine learning. Specifically, I am interested in detecting malware & vulnerabilities on the Web and collecting data to better understand and improve user security and privacy.

In 2021, I was a postdoctoral researcher at CISPA Helmholtz Center for Information Security. Prior to that, I was a PhD student at CISPA (2017-2020), in the Secure Web Applications Group, jointly supervised by Ben Stock and Michael Backes. My PhD thesis revolves around studying JavaScript security through static analysis.

Before joining CISPA, I was a master student at the French Grande Ecole TELECOM Nancy, where I had the honor to give the valedictorian speech (2017). In particular, I wrote my master thesis at the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) under the supervision of Isabelle Chrisment and Robert Krawczyk.

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