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... Marcus Johannes Maria de Ree

PhD Student

Marcus de Ree

Academic position: PhD Student
Joining date: 01-12-2017
Roles in IT: PhD Student
Thematic Line: Wireless Technologies
Group: Mobile Systems - Av

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Address: IT – Aveiro
Instituto de Telecomunicações
Campus Universitário de Santiago
Tel: +351 234 377 900
Fax: +351 234 377 901


MARCUS DE REE received the B.Eng. degree in applied mathematics from The Hague University of Applied Sciences, The Netherlands, in 2012, the M.Sc. degree in applied mathematics with the concentration in the mathematical theory of communication systems from San Diego State University, CA, USA, in 2017, and the Ph.D. degree in electronic engineering from the University of South Wales, UK, in 2021.

He is currently a postdoctoral researcher in the area of secure wireless communication and member of the 4TELL Research Group at the Instituto de Telecomunicações, Aveiro, Portugal, contributing to the NATO-funded PHYSEC project as a technical manager and the EU-funded Moore4Medical project as a security researcher. He also contributed to the H2020-MSCA SECRET and the H2020-ECSEL SECREDAS research projects in the past.

Dr. de Ree has served as a Program Committee Member and Reviewer for the IEEE CAMAD'21 and the EAI BROADNETS'18 conferences. He is a student member of the IEEE ComSoc since 2020, and a member of the Marie Curie Alumni Association since 2021. He was also the recipient of an H2020-MSCA research grant, in 2017, and the H/Link Thesis Award for the Most Newsworthy Thesis, in 2013.

Scientific Achievements

  • PhD, University of South Wales, 08-08-2021
  • MSc, San Diego State University, 16-05-2017
  • Undergraduate, The Hague University, 01-07-2012
  • Instituto de Telecomunicações, 28-06-2021 - 28-12-2023, Wireless Security
  • Cryptography
  • M. J. M. de Ree, R. Parsamehr, V. Adat, G. Mantas, I. Politis, J. Rodriguez, S. Kotsopoulos, I. Otung, J.-F. Martínez-Ortega, F. Gil-Castiñeira, Security for UDNs: A Step Toward 6G, Chapter in, Enabling 6G Mobile Networks, J. Rodriguez et al., Springer International Publishing, Cham, Switzerland, 2021

Closed Projects1

Acronym Name Funding Agency Start date Ending date
SECRET Secure Network Coding for Reduced Energy Next Generation Mobile Small Cells EC 01-01-2017 31-12-2020
  • M. J. M. de Ree, Marie Sklodowska-Curie Research Grant #722424, This research grant is awarded to outstanding, self-motivated PhD students for project SECRET: a collaborative European Training Network (ETN) targeting research on 5G mobile systems., 30-11-2017
  • M. J. M. de Ree, H/Link Most Newsworthy Thesis, The editorial staff of Link, the online magazine for students and staff of The Hague University of Applied Sciences, awards a prize each year for the most newsworthy thesis as an incentive for students whose thesis superlatively demonstrates the value of applied sciences research to society. Winner of the 2013 Thesis Award Mark de Ree, a student of Mathematics and Applications at The Hague University of Applied Sciences, developed a software application that makes it easier to comb through large amounts of digital evidence., 31-03-2013
  • IEEE Global Communications Conference - GLOBECOM, Technical Programme Committee, 2022
  • IEEE Workshop on Computer-Aided Modeling, Analysis and Design of Communication Links and Networks - CAMAD, Special Sessions Chairman, 2021
  • IEEE 5G World Forum WF 5G, Technical Programme Committee, 2019
  • Broadband Communications, Networks, and Systems. BROADNETS, Technical Programme Committee, 2018
  • Computer Networks
    2022, 2 review(s); 2021, 2 review(s);
  • IEEE Access
    2020, 2 review(s); 2019, 1 review(s);
  • Broadband Communications, Networks, and Systems. BROADNETS
    2018, 4 review(s);
  • 5G World Forum (5GWF), IEEE
    2019, 1 review(s);
  • IEEE International Workshop on Computer-Aided Modeling Analysis and Design of Communication Links and Networks - IEEE CAMAD
    2021, 7 review(s);