I joined the eXtreme Computing Group in Microsoft Research in 2008 and have since been working on a variety of projects from system software for Intel's Single-Chip Cloud Computer to security related projects around Trusted Platform Modules. My current interest are related to PC health attestation.
Before joining the eXtreme Computing Group in 2008, I was part of the Operating Systems research group of Prof. Hermann Haertig at Technische Universitaet Dresden. I received my PhD from TU Dresden in 2011.
I am also interested in operating systems research in a broad scope. Everything from embedded real-time systems to system software for clouds.
- Jan Nordholz, Ronald Aigner, and Paul England, Improving Trusted Tickets with State-Bound Keys, in Trust and Trustworthy Computing, vol. 7904 2013, pp. 37-46, Springer, June 2013