Patricia Arias-Cabarcos, PhD


Visitor Address:

L15, 1-6, Room 708
68131 Mannheim, Germany

fon +49 (0) 621/181-3590
fax +49 (0) 621/181-2150 

Postal Address:

68131 Mannheim, Germany

Brief CV

from 2017.1 Alexander von Humboldt Fellow at Universität Mannheim (Wirtschaftsinformatik II)
2016.12 – 2013.5 Assistant Professor in the Department of Telematic Engineering, University Carlos III of Madrid.
2013.4 – 2009.10 Ph.D. in Telematic Engineering and Teaching Assistant, University Carlos III of Madrid
2012.1 – 2011.9 Student Research Assistant at NEC Laboratories Europe, Heidelberg
2009.9 – 2008.9 MSc in Telematic Engineering, University Carlos III of Madrid and Polytechnic University of Catalonia
2008.9 – 2007.3 Research Assistant, Nokia- University Carlos III of Madrid
2007.9 Telecommunication Engineering, University Carlos III (Uc3m)

Research Interest

Information Security, Identity Management, Pervasive Computing, Cloud Computing, Security Metrics

Selected Publications

1.     Arias-Cabarcos, P., Marín, A., Palacios, D., Almenárez, F. and Díaz-Sánchez, D. Comparing Password Management Software: Toward Usable and Secure Enterprise Authentication. IEEE IT Professional, 18(5), pp.34-40. Sept/Oct 2016.

2.     Arias-Cabarcos, P., Almenárez, F., Trapero, R., Díaz-Sánchez, D. and Marín. "Blended Identity: Pervasive IdM for Continuous Authentication". IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine, vol. 13(3), May/June 2015.

3.     Arias-Cabarcos, P., Almenárez-Mendoza, F., Marín-López, A., Díaz-Sánchez, D. and Sánchez-Guerrero, R. A metric-based approach to assess risk for "On Cloud" Federated Identity Management. Springer's Journal of Network and Systems Management, Special Issue on Cloud Computing, Networking, and Service (CCNS) Management. 20(4), pp.513-533 (2012).

4.     Sánchez, R., Almenares, F., Arias, P., Díaz-Sánchez, D. and Marín, A. "Enhancing privacy and dynamic federation in IdM for consumer cloud computing." IEEE Transactions on Consumer Electronics 58(1), pp.95-103. (2012).

5.     Patricia Arias. "Risk Assessment for Better Identity Management in Pervasive Environments". PerCom Phd Forum 2011. Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. March 23, 2011.

Full list of publications in Google Scholar.