Matthias Schulz received his master degree in electrical engineering and information technology. Since 2013, he is a PhD candidate at TU Darmstadt, Germany in the field of computer science with a focus on physical layer security and reverse engineering. Besides works on physical layer confidentiality, covert channels and key exchange systems, he focuses on the development of Nexmon and its applications that, for example, resulted in WiSec’s best paper award in 2017. He also teaches the master level course on “physical layer security in wireless systems” at TU Darmstadt.