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Jan Sebastian Götte

Jan Goette is currently finishing his master’s in computer science at Humboldt University Berlin. He is specialized in security research and low-level hardware topics. For his bachelor’s thesis, he researched the security of handwritten signatures at Technische Universität Berlin. Besides studying, Jan has already been collecting experience doing security research at a consulting company. He has also been working with the digital humanities at Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences.

Jan is a member of Chaos Computer Club. In the past, he has co-founded and lead Berlin’s AfRA hackerspace.

Jan Sebastian Götte | HIIG

Position

Associated Researcher: Data, Actors, Infrastructure

Journal articles and conference proceedings

Götte, J. S., Katzir, L, & Scheuermann, B. (2022). Ripples in the Pond: Transmitting Information through Grid Frequency Modulation. ACSAC’22: Annual Computer Security Applications Conference. Publication details

Götte, J. S., & Scheuermann, B. (2021). Can’t touch this: inertial HSMs thwart advanced physical attacks. IACR Transactions on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems, 2022(1), 69-93. DOI: 10.46586/tches.v2022.i1.69-93 Publication details

Lectures and presentations

Can't touch this - DIY'ing a Hardware Security Module
Gulaschprogrammiernacht 2022 (GPN 20). Entropia e.V.. Zentrum für Kunst und Medien, Karlsruhe, Germany: 19.05.2022 Further information

Jan S. Götte