About Me

I am a researcher analysing and improving existing security protocols and services. An aspect of my work requires large-scale network measurements and proposing new protocols. Recently, my interest in computer infrastructure is growing. I am interested in building, scaling and maintaining such infrastructure.

Research Interests

I am passionate about analysing security protocols and services on the web and also proposing improvements to them. For example, I was part of the team that analysed Subresource Integrity and the team that proposed a privacy-preserving extension to Certificate Transparency.

Contact Details

Olamide Omolola
Inffeldgasse 16a,
8010 Graz, Austria

olamide@omolola.xyz

Education

Technische Universitaet Graz

Dr. techn. Computer Science present

University of Ibadan, Nigeria

M.Sc. Computer Science February 2015

Bowen University, Iwo

B.Sc. Computer Science May 2011

Work

Technische Universitaet Graz

Project Assistant February 2017 - Present

University of Ibadan, Nigeria

Graduate Intern January 2017 - November 2016

Upperlink Ltd

Application Developer March 2014 - December 2014

Publications

An Empirical Study of the Use of Integrity Verification Mechanisms for Web Subresources.

Bertil Chapuis,Olamide Omolola, Mauro Cherubini, Mathias Humbert, Kévin Huguenin, The Web Conference, WWW 2020  

Revisiting User Privacy for Certificate Transparency.

Daniel Kales,Olamide Omolola, Sebastian Ramacher, IEEE European Symposium on Security and Privacy, EuroS&P 2019  

Privacy-Preserving eID Derivation for Self-Sovereign Identity Systems.

Andreas Abraham, Felix Hörandner, Olamide Omolola, Sebastian Ramacher, Information and Communications Security - 21st International Conference, ICICS 2019

Check my resume or here for more publications

Thoughts

  • We have a right to believe whatever we want, but not everything we believe is right.

    Ravi Zacharias
  • Knowledge and education in the hands of one who claims no higher accountability or authority than one’s own individuality is power in the hands of a fool.

    Ravi Zacharias
  • Beginning well is a momentary thing; finishing well is a lifelong thing.

    Ravi Zacharias