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Daniele Midi

Graduate Student

Joined department: Spring 2014


M.Sc. summa cum laude, University of Roma Tre, Italy, Computer Science Engineering (2013)
B.Sc. summa cum laude, University of Roma Tre, Italy, Computer Science Engineering (2010)

Daniele Midi is a PhD student in Computer Science at Purdue University, advised by Prof. Elisa Bertino, and a member of CERIAS (Center for Education and Research in Information Assurance and Security). He obtained his M.Sc. in Computer Science Engineering summa cum laude from University of Roma Tre, in Italy.

Daniele joined the Department of Computer Science at Purdue University in August 2012, as a Visiting Researcher. In January 2014, he officially started his doctoral program.

His research interest is in Information Security, currently focusing on privacy and security techniques for mobile devices and sensor networks, and Programming Languages Security. His other areas of expertise include Web and Cloud development, and graphic design and UX.

He is also Co-Founder of two startups, has been working as technical speaker for Microsoft Academic, delivers technical training for companies and writes for many online magazines.

Selected Publications

Daniele Midi, Oyindamola Oluwatimi, Bilal Shebaro, Elisa Bertino, "Privacy-Enhancing Features of IdentiDroid", Proceedings of ACM CCS 2014, demo paper
Bilal Shebaro, Daniele Midi, Elisa Bertino, "Fine-Grained Analysis of Packet Loss Symptoms in Wireless Sensor Networks", Proceedings of IEEE SECON 2014
Daniele Midi, Ashish Kundu, Elisa Bertino, "Towards Authenticated Objects", Proceedings of The 7th International Conference on Network and System Security (NSS 2013),, Madrid, Spain, June 3-4, 2013, LNCS, pp. 777-783

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