Information Security Group --- Computer Science Department --- University College London
I am a third year Doctoral Researcher under the supervision of Pr. George Danezis, Dr. Emiliano De Cristofaro and Dr. Cedric Fournet. My Doctoral thesis "Privacy as a Service" aims to facilitate Privacy Enhancing Technologies (Pets) design, development and deployment by proposing scalable PETs designs and implementing PETs library and tools. Before joining UCL, I studied at the Eureopean Research Center Eurecom Institute and at Telecom SudParis from the Mines-Telecom Institute where I graduated in Networking and Communication System Security.
Research interests: I research computer security, privacy, and in particular anonymous communications, private search and storage and peer-to-peer security. I am also interested in Distributed Systems and Modern Networking including highly dynamic and mobile routing.
Funding and other activities: I am funded thanks to an Impact Award from Microsoft and UCL for the duration of my PhD project.
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