My name is Mohammadreza Ashouri and I am currently pursuing my Ph.D. in Software Security at the University of Potsdam, Germany. I have done some researches in Computer Security and Software Engineering. I am particularly intrigued in using Taint Analysis to discover security vulnerabilities and privacy leakages in programs. Currently, I am working in a tool which automatically detects and blocks unauthorized fingerprinting scripts in web pages.
In fact, this is my first time that I attend to ECOOP/ISSTA/Curry on, and I am very glad to have this chance for being in the conference and increase my knowledge on diverse ongoing researches.
Finally, I am highly thankful for providing the funding, which lets me attend the conference and other co-located events. Many thanks to the organizers of the conference for selecting me as a student volunteer which includes my registration cost.