I had the opportunity to write or contribute to several pieces of software since I discovered programming. I am committed to release the code as open source whenever possible. You will find some examples of projects I contributed to on my GitHub page.


Accio is the main software I wrote during my PhD thesis. It is a framework enabling to study location privacy easily. Even non-programmers are enabled to launch experiments and analyse their results through various interfaces. Accio source code is available on GitHub, alongside with its documentation.

Private Data Donor

Private Data Donor is a platform to crowdsource Web searches in a privacy-preserving way. Researchers can then leverage this data, e.g., to predict the spread of infectious diseases. It is composed of a server and a Chrome extension. The source code is available on GitHub, while the project’s website provides more information and documentation.