I am Giovanni Camurati, a Ph.D. student in the System and Software Security Group at EURECOM. Before, I did a 6-month internship at Arm, in the CPU design center of Sophia-Antipolis, where many Arm processors were born (e.g., Cortex-A75).

I love studying the interplay of hardware, software, and radios in embedded systems, to improve their security. My research focuses on novel side channel attacks on wireless devices (Screaming Channels), but I have also worked on the dynamic analysis of embedded software (Inception), and I am interested by System-on-Chip security (first academic place at Hack@DAC19 with the team NOPS).

I am currently working on a research project funded by a Google Faculty Research Award granted to my supervisor Aurélien Francillon.

During my Ph.D., I had the chance to visit the UCL Crypto Group at UCLouvain twice, for a total of four weeks.

At EURECOM I help with the Wireless Security course.

I hold a MS in Electronic Engineering from Politecnico di Torino (cum laude) and from Télécom-ParisTech (Diplôme d’ingénieur).

Skiing, sailing, hiking, traveling, learning languages, and designing/building radio controlled model planes (old video) are some of my interests outside work. Recently I have been fascinated with rubber-powered gyrocopters.