Alexander De Luca spends much of his time researching Authentication, Computer security, Password, Usability and Android. Alexander De Luca mostly deals with Shoulder surfing in his studies of Authentication. Many of his research projects under Computer security are closely connected to Process and Work with Process and Work, tying the diverse disciplines of science together.
His Password research incorporates themes from Focus and Human–computer interaction. The various areas that Alexander De Luca examines in his Human–computer interaction study include Locative media and Mobile device. His work on Lock screen expands to the thematically related Usability.
His main research concerns Computer security, Authentication, Mobile device, Human–computer interaction and Usability. His study in the field of Chip Authentication Program also crosses realms of Data security. The study incorporates disciplines such as Password and Input method in addition to Authentication.
He studied Mobile device and Mobile search that intersect with Mobile computing and Mobile technology. His study in the field of User interface design and Ubiquitous computing is also linked to topics like Mobile phone and Information system. He performs multidisciplinary study in the fields of Usability and Android via his papers.
Internet privacy, World Wide Web, Computer security, Biometrics and Usability are his primary areas of study. The concepts of his Internet privacy study are interwoven with issues in Security analysis and Instant messaging. His work in the fields of Social network overlaps with other areas such as Expiration, Selection, Peer influence and Sample.
Computer security and Overhead are commonly linked in his work. His research integrates issues of Authentication and Human–computer interaction in his study of Biometrics. The Usability study which covers Lock screen that intersects with Password.
His primary scientific interests are in Lock screen, Computer security, Internet privacy, Social psychology and Duration. His study in Lock screen is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Usability and Biometrics. A majority of his Computer security research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Business, Range and Multi national.
His Internet privacy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Instant messenger and Mobile instant messaging. His Social psychology study spans across into subjects like Degree and Big Five personality traits.
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Touch me once and i know it's you!: implicit authentication based on touch screen patterns
Alexander De Luca;Alina Hang;Frederik Brudy;Christian Lindner.
human factors in computing systems (2012)
It's a Hard Lock Life: A Field Study of Smartphone (Un)Locking Behavior and Risk Perception
Marian Harbach;Emanuel von Zezschwitz;Andreas Fichtner;Alexander De Luca.
symposium on usable privacy and security (2014)
Eye-gaze interaction for mobile phones
Heiko Drewes;Alexander De Luca;Albrecht Schmidt.
international conference on mobile technology applications and systems (2007)
Patterns in the wild: a field study of the usability of pattern and pin-based authentication on mobile devices
Emanuel von Zezschwitz;Paul Dunphy;Alexander De Luca.
human computer interaction with mobile devices and services (2013)
Back-of-device authentication on smartphones
Alexander De Luca;Emanuel von Zezschwitz;Ngo Dieu Huong Nguyen;Max-Emanuel Maurer.
human factors in computing systems (2013)
Vibrapass: secure authentication based on shared lies
Alexander De Luca;Emanuel von Zezschwitz;Heinrich Hußmann.
human factors in computing systems (2009)
Look into my eyes!: can you guess my password?
Alexander De Luca;Martin Denzel;Heinrich Hussmann.
symposium on usable privacy and security (2009)
PassShapes: utilizing stroke based authentication to increase password memorability
Roman Weiss;Alexander De Luca.
nordic conference on human-computer interaction (2008)
ColorPIN: securing PIN entry through indirect input
Alexander De Luca;Katja Hertzschuch;Heinrich Hussmann.
human factors in computing systems (2010)
Now you see me, now you don't: protecting smartphone authentication from shoulder surfers
Alexander De Luca;Marian Harbach;Emanuel von Zezschwitz;Max-Emanuel Maurer.
human factors in computing systems (2014)
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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