|Senior Security Architect
PhD. in mathematics
|Overview||Keywords: IT security, cryptography, blockchain
Jonas has a PhD in mathematics and has since then worked with software, it security and applied cryptography. Jonas has experience with advanced cryptography in general and blockchain in particular, and has been involved in several research projects on the topics. He is a popular speaker and has been used as an expert on blockchain in the media on several occasions. Jonas has a theoretical background and practical experience with developing prototypes and with applied research, both with blockchains and distributed systems, but also in general with it security.
|Senior Security Architect, Alexandra Institute
Software Engineer, CCI
PhD, Aarhus Universitet
|Relevant Projects||2017-2018||Blockchain potentials in public digital infrastructure
Report written on behalf of the Danish Agency for Data Supply and Efficiency on the potential of using blockchain in the public infrastructure. Five cases from different sectors were analyzed and used as base for the analysis.
Horizon 2020 research project with Aarhus University, Philips, TU Eindhoven, Göttingen University and the Alexandra Institute on using novel cryptographic techniques to allow analysis of sensitive data across different organizations and companies without compromising data confidentiality.
|2017||Blockchain for microgrids
In this project, a proof-of-concept on using blockchain as a building block in communication and payment in a smartgrid consisting of small producers was developed. The prototype was based on the Ethereum blockchain, and the project was supported by the Danish Agency for Research and Innovation.
|2016-2017||Security review of cryptographic protocols
Review of cryptographic protocols for a large Danish company in the financial sector. The review was of the design of the protocols both to be used internally to improve the solution, but also to show to the company’s clients.
|PhD in mathematics, Aarhus University
Cand. Scient. In mathematics, Aarhus University