Juan Tapiador
research | teaching | 3OHA | twitter | github
  __________________________________
 / Welcome to my home page!         \
 \ A place about me and my research /
  ----------------------------------
    \   ^__^
     \  (oo)\_______
        (__)\       )\/\
            ||----w |
            ||     ||

I am Professor of Computer Science at Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain, where I lead the Computer Security Lab. I do research on computer security and privacy. My research interests include malware, binary analysis, systems security, privacy, surveillance, and cybercrime. I have served in the technical committee of conferences such as USENIX Security, IMC, ACSAC, DIMVA, ESORICS and AsiaCCS. My work has been covered by international media, including The Times, Wired, Le Figaro, ZDNet, and The Register.

Prior to joining UC3M, I worked as researcher at the University of York, UK. My work there was funded by the International Technology Alliance (ITA), a joint effort between the UK Ministry of Defence and US Army Research Lab led by IBM. I hold a Ph.D. (2004) in Computer Science from the University of Granada.

Selected awards and honors



Everything posted here is by default published under a CC BY-NC-SA 4.0 Creative Commons license. You may redistribute it with attribution but not modify it. I may subsequently assign the residual copyright to an academic publisher.