Michele Marazzi

I am currently working at the COMSEC group at ETH Zurich, to research on DRAM security.

Previously I was a PhD student at ETH Zurich, where I implemented non-invasive sensory feedback systems, using electrical stimulation.

I started from a technical school that mixed electronics and telecommunication, then I graduated from Electronics Engineering at my Bachelor. For my Master, I studied Biomedical Engineering at POLIMI, with a focus over electronics technolgies (BTE).

I graduated from my master with 110/110 cum Laude, and a course average grade of 29.8/30 (GPA 3.97/4, top 1%).

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Some posts/things I wrote:

- Injecting code into 32bit binary with ASLR (Reversing / Security).
- CTF: Level 2 of Practical Binary Analysis challenges (Reversing / CTF).
- CTF: Challenge 45 from Dennis Yurichev - Bruteforcing copyprotection with Python (Reversing / CTF).

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