From 2009 to 2013 I've been a Senior Research at Eurecom Graduate School in the S3 lab, located in Sophia Antipolis on the
French riviera where I've been part of the iSeclab group. From 2007-2009
I've been Ph.D visiting scholar in Georgia Tech University US, in the GTISC Security Lab led by the Prof. Wenke
I am interested in several aspects of Cyber Security. In particular, my main
area of research deals with Host Intrusion Detection Systems (HIDS), memory
errors exploitation, reverse engineering, malware and forensic analysis. In
recent years I’ve mainly studied the application of emulation/virtualization
and compiler techniques for malware analysis and detection in Android context.
In addition I’ve been working on analyzing large-scale security malware
datasets to investigate the behavior of current cyber threats.