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Mridula Singh

Faculty at CISPA – Helmholtz Center for Information Security

Stuhlsatzenhaus 5,
66123 Saarbrucken,

Bio: Mridula Singh is (tenure-track) Faculty at CISPA – Helmholtz Center for Information Security in Saarbrucken, Germany. Her research interests span systems security and wireless security. Her research theme is addressing security challenges through systematic problem analysis and mitigation. Her interest in designing physical layer Message Time of Arrival Codes establishes the foundation of secure proximity-based access control and positioning systems. This work has been instrumental in enabling secure passive keyless entry and start systems of various car models. Currently, She focuses on enabling secure sensing modalities in autonomous vehicles (LiDAR, Radar, Camera) and designing scalable positioning systems (UWB, WiFi, LTE, 5G, GNSS). She co-founded Trishulam while pursuing her master's degree. She worked as a research engineer at Xerox Research Center India, where she was involved in smart transportation and healthcare projects. She received her master's degree in computer science from IIIT-Delhi, India, and her PhD in Computer Science from ETH Zurich, Switzerland.


  • Aneet Kumar Dutta, Ph.D Student (June 2022 - present)
  • Arslan Mumtaz, Ph.D student (April 2023 - present)
  • Mihirraj Dixit, student Researcher (Dec 2023 - present)
  • Girija Mohan, student Researcher (Feb 2024 - present)


  • Tim Nagel, BSc (Sept 2023 - Feb 2024)
  • Niklas Lohmann, Bsc (Oct 2023 - March 2024)
  • Divesh Kumar, MSc (June 2022 - Dec 2022)

I am looking for Ph.D. students and postdocs. If research on systems or wireless security excites you, send your resume to singh@cispa.de