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Höfer, C.N. (2013) POPCORN: Privacy-preserving charging for eMobility. Master's thesis, University of Twente.
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As the demand for sustainable, low-carbon driving solutions is increasing, the electrification of vehicles, called electro mobility or short eMobility, is the next big milestone for the automotive industry. Vehicle manufactures, power grid operators and energy companies are devising approaches to integrate electrical vehicles with the power grid. Connecting electrical vehicles to the energy grid and the Internet poses several advantages for the driver, vehicle manufacturers and grid operators. Yet, these approaches need to be compatible, secure and privacy-preserving. This master thesis investigates the security and privacy challenges of electric mobility and focuses on the design, implementation, and evaluation of a privacy-enhancing charging solution for electric vehicles.
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