I am an Assistant Professor at the Design and Analysis of Communication Systems (DACS) group at the University of Twente.
My research interests are network monitoring and modeling, intrusion detection, network security, and network management. On Octber 14, 2010, I defended my thesis “Flow-based Intrusion Detection”, at the University of Twente.
I am currently participating in the Network of Excellence on Management of the Future Internet FLAMINGO and in the NWO project D3 – Distributed Denial-of-Service Defense: protecting schools and other public organizations
- Aug 2016 – Roland’s paper on The Performance Impact of Elliptic Curve Cryptography on DNSSEC Validation is accepted in ToN
- July 2016 – Mattijs’ paper on Measuring the Adoption of DDoS Protection Services is accepted for IMC 2016
- Feb 2016 – Roland’s paper is accepted for the JSAC special issue on Measuring and Troubleshooting the Internet