Martin Strohmeier

Computer Scientist

Before coming to Oxford in 2012, I studied Engineering and Economics at TU Kaiserslautern (Germany) and joined both Lancaster University’s InfoLab21 and Lufthansa AG as a visiting researcher, where my love of aviation was rekindled.

I now research the security of large systems at Oxford’s Department of Computer Science, focusing in particular on aviation and other critical infrastructures. I’ve also had a part in founding the aviation network OpenSky, which lets everyone track aircraft live while they are in the air and use the data for a wide variety of research purposes.