I received my PhD from Ghent University in 2019, where I am now a post-doctoral researcher in the Computer Systems Lab. My research interests are multi-variant execution environments, software protections against MATE attacks, and systems security. During the first years of my PhD I worked on the ASPIRE project, where I designed and implemented several software protection techniques, such as code mobility and self-debugging.

Generally, the research approach of our lab is to protect software: automatically, to lighten developer load; by working on the systems level, e.g. using a compiler pass to implement a protection; against certain attacks, such as reverse engineering or the exploiting of memory corruption.