Emad Hamadaqa is a Ph.D. student at the Institute of Computer and Network Engineering at the Technical University of Braunschweig, Germany. He obtained his Master degree in computer science from Technical University of Berlin, Germany. His current research interests include Digital Clone-resistant Units, lightweight cryptography, Hardware security applications using Secret Unknown cipher.
Current projects :
E. Hamadaqa and W. Adi,"Clone-Resistant Authentication for Medical Operating Environment" in 4 World Conference on Smart Trends in Systems, Security & Sustainability (WorldS4 2020)
E. Hamadaqa, A. Mars and W. Adi," Physical Security for Fleet Management Systems," Cryptography 2020, 4,1.
E. Hamadaqa, A. Abadlah, A. Mars, and W. Adi, "Securing Implantable Medical Devices with the External Device using SUC." in IEEE 13th International Conference on Innovations in Information Technology (IIT), 2018. [Best Paper Award]
E. Hamadaqa, S. Mulhem, A. Mars, and W. Adi, "Clone-Resistant Joint Identity Technique for Secured Fleet Management Systems," in 12th NASA/ESA Conference on Adaptive Hardware and Systems, 2018.
E. Hamadaqa, A. Mars, W. Adi, and S. Mulhem, "Clone-Resistant Vehicular RKE by Deploying SUC," in Seventh IEEE International Conference on Emerging Security Technologies, Canterbury, UK, September 2017.
A. Mars, W. Adi, S. Mulhem, and E. Hamadaqa, "Random Stream Cipher as a PUF-like Identity in FPGA Environment," in Seventh IEEE International Conference on Emerging Security Technologies, Canterbury, UK, September 2017.
A. Mars, W. Adi, S. Mulhem, and E. Hamadaqa, "Random Stream Cipher in FPGA Environment," 10 2017 008 347.9, 07.09.2017.
W. Adi, A. Mars, S. Mulhem, and E. Hamadaqa, "Identification Protocols by Deploying Secret Unknown Ciphers (SUCs)," 10 2017 005 422.3, 14.06.2017.
S. Mulhem, W. Adi, A. Mars, V. Prevelakis, and E. Hamadaqa, "Chaining Trusted Links by Deploying Secured Physical Identities," 10 2017 008 348.7, 08.09.2017.
E. Hamadaqa, S. Mulhem, A. Mars, and W. Adi, "Secured Fleet Management Systems Using unclonable Units," 10 2018 006 168.0.