Ricardo J. Rodríguez


Ph.D. on Computer Science and System Engineering by the University of Zaragoza, Spain. Researching on program binary analysis, digital forensics, and system security analysis. Procrastination lover.

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About myself

Hi there! This webpage is just a summary of my CV focused on my research and teaching work. More detailed information (such as contact data) can be found on my profile webpage of the University of Zaragoza.

I’m a Computer Engineer, working as an assistant professor at University of Zaragoza (Spain) since September 2019. Formerly, I’ve been working as Senior Researcher at the Research Instute of Applied Sciences in Cybersecurity, University of León (Spain) and as Junior Researcher at the BABEL Research Group, School of Computer Science, Technical University of Madrid (Spain).

My main research interest is program binary analysis, specially applied in memory forensics and malware. I also research on formal models to perform survivability and performance analysis in complex systems.

I am part of the Distributed Computing research group of the University of Zaragoza. In particular, I’m the Principal Investigator in the research line focused on application of formal models to cybersecurity. Under this research line, we have created a dedicated webpage to disseminate our contributions. For more information, see this link.

My PGP public key can be found here.


A list of my publications can be found on the Publications page.

A list of my talks and seminars can be found on the Talks page.

A list of my professional research activities, as well as my current and former PhD. students, can be found on the Research page.


A list of courses that I am or have been fortunate to teach, as well as related activities (as advisory of BSc. and MSc. students) can be found on the Teaching page.