Jochen Britz - Security Architectures, Digital Health, Smart Services

Doctoral Researcher


Research Interests

Human Computer InteractionUsable SecurityProgressive Web ApplicationsCross Plattform ApplicationsCode GenerationSecurity & Privacy by Design


Jochen Britz is a researcher and PhD student at DFKI. He completed his master's degree in the engineering course Computer and Communication Technology (CuK) at Saarland University in 2013 with an honor's degree. Since 2012 he has been working in the research department of intelligent user interafaces, nowadays named cognitive assistance systems and is part of the Competence Center Ambient Assisted Living (CCAAL). His main research interests are security architectures of software platforms with a focus on AAL, Digital Health, Mobility, Smart Home, Smart Energy and Smart Services.

Finished Supervised Theses

  • Ein intelligentes Tool zur ontologiebasierten Erstellung von URC-Sockets für EnOcean-Geräteprofile (Bachelor, Jana Herrmann)
  • mobisaarWORLD: A Critical View on Security Aspects of Crowdsourcing Platforms (Bachelor, Daniel Tabellion)



  • ATIS - Architectural Thinking for Intelligent Systems (Winter 2020)




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