I am a Ph.D student in Security Engineering at University College London (UCL) under the supervision of Prof. George Danezis and Prof. Jens Groth. I hold a master degree in Electrical Engineering from Université Catholique de Louvain (UCLouvain), a master degree in Electrotechnik und Informationstechnik from Karlsruhe Institute of Technologies (KIT), and a third master degree in Information Security from University College London.
My research interests are in privacy enhancing technologies, distributed ledgers, and FPGA-based security applications. I have a special interest in privacy-preserving machine learning and hardware accelerators for IoT security. In the past, I worked on numerical calculations and simulations for physics-related problems (plasma physics, category theory, symmetry groups). My research is funded by EU.
2. Shalina Percy Delicia Figuli, Peter Figuli, Alberto Sonnino and Jürgen Becker. "A Generic Reconfigurable Mixed Time and Frequency Domain QAM Transmitter with Forward Error Correction." International Journal of Advances in Telecommunications, Electrotechnics, Signals and Systems 6, no. 2 (2017): 80-88.
1. Shalina Percy Delicia Figuli, Alberto Sonnino, Peter Figuli, and Jürgen Becker. "A variable FPGA based generic QAM transmitter with scalable mixed time and frequency domain signal processing." In Telecommunications and Signal Processing (TSP), 2016 39th International Conference on, pp. 453-457. IEEE, 2016.
Bentham’s Gaze, Information Security Research & Education, University College London — Blog post presenting the architecture and prototype of a flexible privacy enhancing system based on anonymous credentials for wearable devices.
TEAChER (TEach AdvanCEd Reconfigurable architectures and tools) — Presentation of my work on performance optimization of high-speed FPGA-based QAM transmitters exploiting an innovative mixed time and frequency domain approach.
I am happy to help for free students or prospective students with difficulties in mathematics (high-school to undergraduate level), chemistry (high-school to undergraduate level), physics (high-school to undergraduate level), electricity/electronics (any level), and computer science (any level), provided they demonstrate a sufficient level of motivation. Please contact me by email.