Ofir Weisse

Contact: OWeisse (at) umich.edu

I am a PhD student at the University of Michigan, focusing on security research. My publications include NDA, Foreshadow (L1TF), HotCalls, and WALNUT. I am also interested in operating systems, virtualization, and anything low-level.

Ongoing Research

Designing a processor architecture for fundamentally defeating speculative execution attacks.

Academic Work

Open Source Projects

Previous Employers

Google Cloud S&P - PhD intern, experimenting with booting Windows from Linux. See Open Source Projects. I will demo this PoC at osfc.io.

VMWare Research - Research intern, optimizing TLB shootdown algorithms in Linux kernel

Microsoft Research - Research intern, developing framework for security analysis and interoperability testing for miTLS (part of Microsoft's Everest project)

Intel - security researcher on SGX and BiosGuard technologies

Tel-Aviv University - Researcher and TA

Education

PhD in Computer Science, University of Michigan. Advised by Thomas Wenisch and Baris Kasikci.
Going strong, 2015-Present

MSc in Computer Engineering, Tel-Aviv University, Israel.
Graduated Cum Laude, 2010-2014

BSc in Computer Engineering, Technion - Israel Institude of Technology, Israel.
Graduated Cum Laude, 2003-2007

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