Khoury College of Computer Sciences Assistant Professor, System Security, Wireless Security, Secure Localization, Distance Bounding, Computer Architecture
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Aanjhan has been an Assistant Professor in the Khoury College of Computer Sciences at Northeastern University in Boston, USA, since January 2018. Professor Aanjhan is interested in building secure autonomous cyber-physical systems and has worked on a wide variety of topics including physical-layer security of wireless systems, secure localization and proximity verification, trusted computing architectures, and side-channels. He is a recipient of several awards including the outstanding dissertation award from ETH Zurich, regional winner of European Space Agency’s Satellite Navigation competition and the Cyber Award from Armasuisse (Switzerland’s Department of Defense). Prior to joining Northeastern, he was a senior researcher in the System Security group at ETH Zurich and has over 3 years of industry research experience as a senior engineer at Robert Bosch GmbH’s Car Multimedia Division “Blaupunkt,” where he was involved in the development of embedded modules for top automotive manufacturers including Audi and Volkswagen. He holds an MSc with specialization in Electronics and Microelectronics from EPFL, Switzerland and a Ph.D in Computer Science from ETH Zurich, Switzerland.