I am currently a DPhil student in Cyber Security at the University of Oxford, funded by the Clarendon Fund, the EPSRC, Kellogg College, and the CDT in Cyber Security. My research is on "Adversarial Electromagnetic Interference", and is supervised by Prof. Kasper Rasmussen.
I hold an MPhil in Advanced Computer Science with Distinction from the University of Cambridge, where I was the Goulandris Scholar at Magdalene College. I was supervised by Dr. Eiko Yoneki, and my dissertation was titled "Distributed Massive Graph Triangulation".
Earlier, I graduated Summa Cum Laude from Princeton University, with an AB in Mathematics. My thesis titled "A Practical Variant of Cuckoo Hashing" was supervised by Prof. Robert Sedgewick.
Most recently, I interned in the FPGA R&D group at Jump Trading, and the Embedded Systems team at Microsoft Research, where I worked with Dr. Ken Eguro on a covert/side-channel project on FPGAs.
I have also been an intern in the Product Abuse team at Dropbox, the Windows Security team at Microsoft, and the Data License team at Bloomberg.
I was also a Grader and Lab TA at Princeton for courses across all undergraduate levels, and have had similar duties at Oxford.
Conference Papers and Presentations
I. Giechaskiel, C. Cremers, and K. Rasmussen, On Bitcoin Security in the Presence of Broken Cryptographic Primitives. 21st European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS), Heraklion, Crete, Greece, September 2016. [Preprint and Published Versions]
I. Giechaskiel, G. Panagopoulos, and E. Yoneki, PDTL: Parallel and Distributed Triangle Listing for Massive Graphs. 44th International Conference on Parallel Processing (ICPP), Beijing, China, September 2015. Also Technical Report UCAM-CL-TR-866, April 2015. [Paper and Code]
I. Giechaskiel, Eavesdropping on and Emulating MIFARE Ultralight and Classic Cards Using Software-Defined Radio. University of Oxford, CDT in Cyber Security, Technical Report 12/15, August 2015. [Preprint and Code]
My name, spelled Ηλίας Γιεχασκιέλ in Greek, is pronounced as ee-LEE-us ye-ha-SKEL.
I like participating in security Capture the Flag contests. I am captain and co-founder of the Oxford Computer Science CTF Team Ox002147, and also individually placed second in Tripwire VERT's 2015 Cyber Security Capture The Flag Contest.
I administer my brother's and sister's websites, and occasionally dabble with Android development, having added support for Greek in Hacker's Keyboard, and having published a Tasker plugin allowing messages to be sent over Bluetooth serial.
I like to think that I am a decent goalkeeper.