I'm interested in everything related to the intersection of programming languages and security.
Before this I worked for 5 years for a-tune software AG in Darmstadt as their Chief Architect. My team and I built enterprise software for highly-regulated environments based on a practical product line approach.
I studied at Technische Universität Darmstadt and received a Diploma (eq. to Master degree) in 2006.
Program committee member of the ECOOP 2017 Doctorial Symposium
Program committee member of the Entwicklertag Frankfurt 2017
Organizer of the Language-Based Security Reading Group at the Software Technology Group at TU Darmstadt
Program committee member of the Entwicklertag Frankfurt 2016
Program committee member of the Entwicklertag Frankfurt 2015
Program committee member of the Entwicklertag Frankfurt 2014
Coordinator for the Advisory Board of Study Affairs of CASED
Platform for the Efficient Analysis and Secure Composition of Software Components
Collecting illustrating examples for past exploits of Java and the JCL
Inside-out data-flow analysis for integrity and confidentiality problems
OPAL is an OPen, extensible Analysis Library for Java bytecode which is written in Scala and which consist of multiple projects which build on top of each other.
Florian Kübler, Patrick Müller, and Ben Hermann
SootKeeper: Runtime Reusability for Modular Static Analysis
In SOAP 2017
Michael Reif, Michael Eichberg, Ben Hermann, and Mira Mezini
Hermes: Assessment and Creation of Effective Test Corpora
In SOAP 2017
Philipp Holzinger, Ben Hermann, Johannes Lerch, Eric Bodden, and Mira Mezini
Hardening Java’s Access Control by Abolishing Implicit Privilege Elevation
In IEEE S&P 2017
Email: email@example.com Skype: benhermann
Heinz Nixdorf Institut