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 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.