Robert Künnemann
Dr. | Researcher

  • Information Security and Cryptography
  • Building E9 1, Room 3.03
  • +49 681 302 70962
  • robert.kuennemann(aeht)
  • Personal Webpage

Curriculum Vitae

since 2016 Postdoc at information security & cryptography group, CISPA/Saarland University
2013 - 2016 Postdoc at Technische Universtät Darmstadt
2010 - 2013 Ph.D. with INRIA research teams SECSI and PROSECCO at the École Normale Supérieure de Cachan (supervisors: Steve Kremer and Graham Steel)
2010 M.Sc., Saarland University

Personal Information

My research concerns privacy as well as information security in protocols, security APIs and cryptographic primitives:
  • formal methods and automated protocol analysis
  • simulation-based security
  • rational cryptography.
Please see my personal home page for talks and additional information concerning the publications listed below.



A Novel Approach for Reasoning about Liveness in Cryptographic Protocols and its Application to Fair Exchange


Automated analysis of security protocols with global state

Computational Soundness of Dalvik Bytecode


Automated Backward Analysis of PKCS#11 v2.20


Automated Analysis of Security Protocols with Global State


Universally Composable Key-Management


YubiSecure? Formal Security Analysis Results for the Yubikey and YubiHSM


Game-Theoretic Notions of Incoercibility


Hiding Malicious Postscript Code and How to Define Undetectabilit