University Teacher, Software Engineering
software engineering; software development; programming; software security; privacy; intrusion detection; honeypots; virtual execution environments; vulnerability; web
Areas of expertise
MSc. Jarko Papalitsas is a project researcher in software engineering (since 2017, started as a research assistant). He received his MSc in 2018 (Computer Science) and made four publications along with it. His research interests are related to software engineering, especially in learning management systems and security which reflects his research that is focused mainly on honeypots and fake service generation. Papalitsas is active in several working groups and courses held in University of Turku.
Currently the main teaching responsibilities are related to instructing MSc/BSc theses and bachelor level courses
- Distributed software systems (Most of the English instance and part of the Finnish instance)
- System and application security (lecture on vulnerabilities in context of web security)
- Web and mobile programming (partly)
- User Interfaces (partly)
Research interests are related broadly to software engineering, especially in learning management systems and software security.
Recognizing Dynamic Fields in Network Traffic with a Manually Assisted Solution (2018)
World Conference on Information Systems and Technologies, Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing(Vertaisarvioitu artikkeli konferenssijulkaisussa (A4))
A honeypot proxy framework for deceiving attackers with fabricated content (2018)(Vertaisarvioitu artikkeli kokoomateoksessa (A3))
A Comparison of Record and Play Honeypot Designs (2017)
International Conference on Computer Systems and Technologies(Vertaisarvioitu artikkeli konferenssijulkaisussa (A4))