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Eric Klieme

Doctoral Student / Research Assistant

Research Topics

I am doing research in the field of behavioral authentication together with Christian Tietz in our Secure Identity Lab. Specifically, I am interested in the following sub topics

  • Real-World Deployments
  • Modelling and Standardization of Behavioral Authentication Systems
  • Benchmarking of Algorithms

Further topics of research of our research group can be found at https://sec.hpi.de

Teaching

Courses

Usually, each semester either a Bachelor's (summer semester) or Master's seminar (winter semester) is offered related to behavioral authentication. For the Bachelor's course there is a higher focus on respective IT architectures and its engineering.

In contrast, the Master's course focus on more on research topics such as large-scale data collections, data science & engineering, or machine learning.

More information regarding the current Master seminar and its content is available here.

Projects

I am always open for proposals regarding Bachelor or Master project Ideas in the context of the topics above. Of course. you can always address your own ideas :)

Finished projects

User Identity Verification using smartphone movements

Theses

I am always open for proposals regarding your Master Thesis ideas in the context of the topics above. Of course. you can always address your own ideas :)

Finished Theses

5 Theses in the context of this Bachelor Project related to an Access Management System that interconnects Property Access Management and Gait-Based Authentication.

Publications

Klieme, E., Tietz, C. & Meinel, C. (2018). Beware of SMOMBIES: Verification of Users Based on Activities While Walking. 2018 17th IEEE International Conference On Trust, Security And Privacy In Computing And Communications/ 12th IEEE International Conference On Big Data Science And Engineering (TrustCom/BigDataSE) (p./pp. 651-660), August, .