Susanne Wetzel

Stevens Institute of Technology
Department of Computer Science
Castle Point on Hudson
Hoboken, NJ 07030, USA

Office: Babbio 634
Phone: (+1) 201 216 5610
Fax: (+1) 201 216 8249
email: swetzel AT cs DOT stevens DOT edu

Office hours: By appointment.

Brief Bio | Research Interests | Teaching | Publications | Students and Postdocs | Current NSF Grants | Professional Activities

Brief Bio:

I am a Full Professor at the Computer Science Department of the Stevens Institute of Technology. I first joined the faculty at Stevens as Assistant Professor in 2002. I received my Diplom in Computer Science from the University in Karlsruhe (Germany) and my Ph.D degree in Computer Science from Saarland University (Germany) in 1998. Subsequently, I worked at DaimlerChrysler Research (Stuttgart, Germany), Lucent Technologies Bell Laboratories (Murray Hill, USA) and RSA Laboratories (Stockholm, Sweden).

Research Interests:

My research interests are in cryptography and algorithmic number theory. In the field of cryptography, my research is focused on wireless security, secret sharing, privacy, and biometrics, and my contributions range from analysis to protocol design. In algorithmic number theory, my research is centered on lattice theory, in particular on developing new algorithms and heuristics for lattice basis reduction.



Full list of Publications

Students and Postdocs:

  • Graduated Ph.D. Students:

    • Ulrike Meyer, Ph.D. December 2005 (Darmstadt University of Technology, Second Thesis Advisor)
    • Daniel Mayer, Ph.D. December 2012 (Stevens Institute of Technology)
    • Georg Neugebauer, Ph.D. October 2014 (RWTH Aachen University, Second Thesis Advisor)

  • Current Ph.D. Students:

  • Postdocs:

Current NSF Grants:

Prior NSF Grants:

Some Professional Activities:

Last updated August 2016.