Marco Holz M.Sc.
Former Doctoral Researcher
I was a doctoral researcher (2020/01 – 2020/10) and member of the Cryptography and Privacy Engineering Group (ENCRYPTO) at the Department of Computer Science of Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany.
My research focuses on the design and evaluation of efficient, scalable, and secure protocols for privacy-preserving online services that leak no personal data to the service providers.
- 2020/01 – 2020/10 Doctoral Researcher at ENCRYPTO
- 2017/05 – 2017/09 Student Research Assistant at ENCRYPTO
- 2016-2019 M.Sc. in IT Security, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany
- 2013-2016 B.Sc. in Computer Science, Technical University of Darmstadt, Germany
CORE A/A* ranked venues marked in bold.
Marco Holz, Benjamin Judkewitz, Helen Möllering, Benny Pinkas, and Thomas Schneider. PEM: Privacy-preserving Epidemiological Modeling. Cryptology ePrint Archive, Report 2020/1546, December 11, 2020. https://ia.cr/2020/1546.
Marco Holz, Ágnes Kiss, Deevashwer Rathee, and Thomas Schneider. Linear-complexity private function evaluation is practical. In 25. European Symposium on Research in Computer Security (ESORICS'20), volume 12309 of LNCS, pages 401–420, Springer, Virtual Event, September 14-18, 2020. Full version: https://ia.cr/2020/853. Code: https://encrypto.de/code/linearPFE. Acceptance rate 19.7%. CORE rank A. [ DOI | pdf | web ]
Marco Holz. A systematic comparison of private function evaluation protocols. Master's thesis, TU Darmstadt, Germany, November 11, 2019.
Daniel Demmler, Marco Holz, and Thomas Schneider. OnionPIR: Effective protection of sensitive metadata in online communication networks. In 15. International Conference on Applied Cryptography and Network Security (ACNS'17), volume 10355 of LNCS, pages 599–619, Springer, Kanazawa, Japan, July 10-12, 2017. Code: https://encrypto.de/code/onionPIR. Acceptance rate 22.8%. CORE rank B. [ DOI | pdf | web ]
Marco Holz. Protecting metadata with pir and tor. Bachelor's thesis, TU Darmstadt, Germany, October 18, 2016.