I obtained my PhD degree from UC Irvine in 2020 under the supervision of Professor Michael Franz. In my PhD dissertation, I proposed new techniques to improve the security and performance of N-Variant systems. Before that, I completed my undergraduate studies at Athens University of Economics and Business/Department of Informatics, Greece. I have also done internships at Oracle Labs and Apple. You can contact me at alex.voulimeneas AT kuleuven DOT be if you have interest or questions in any of my papers.
My research interests include:
dMVX: Secure and Efficient Multi-Variant Execution in a Distributed Setting
Alexios Voulimeneas, Dokyung Song, Per Larsen, Michael Franz, and Stijn Volckaert.
(preprint arXiv:2011.02091, 2020).
Distributed Heterogeneous N-Variant Execution
Alexios Voulimeneas, Dokyung Song, Fabian Parzefall, Yeoul Na, Per Larsen, Michael Franz, and Stijn Volckaert.
In 2020 International Conference on Detection of Intrusions and Malware & Vulnerability Assessment (DIMVA’ 2020).
[Acceptance Rate: 13/45=28.9%]
Secure and Efficient Application Monitoring and Replication
Stijn Volckaert, Bart Coppens, Alexios Voulimeneas, Andrei Homescu, Per Larsen, Bjorn De Sutter, and Michael Franz.
In 2016 USENIX Annual Technical Conference (ATC’16), pages 167-179. USENIX, 2016.
[Acceptance Rate: 47/266=17.6%]
A Reliable Multicast Transport Protocol for Information-Centric Networks
C. Stais, G. Xylomenos and A. Voulimeneas.
Journal of Network and Computer Applications, 2014.
Towards an Error Control Scheme for a Publish/Subscribe Network
C. Stais, A. Voulimeneas and G. Xylomenos.
In 2013 International Conference on Communications (ICC’ 13).
External Reviewer, European Conference on Computer Systems (EuroSys), 2021.
Program & Review Committee, Reversing and Offensive-oriented Trends Symposium (ROOTS), 2020.
Artifact Evaluation Committee Member, USENIX Symposium on Operating Systems Design and Implementation (USENIX OSDI), 2020.
Student Program Committee Member, IEEE Symposium on Security and Privacy (IEEE S&P), 2018.