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I received my Ph.D. in Information Systems from the University of Lausanne in 2016. My thesis title was Abstractions and Algorithms for Building Proximity-Based Mobile Applications in Mobile Ad Hoc Networks (see the full pdf version of the thesis here). I did my PhD thesis under the supervision of Prof. Benoît Garbinato in the Distributed Object Programming (DOP) Lab of the University of Lausanne. Before joining the DOP Lab, I received a M.Sc. degree and a B.Sc. degree in Communication Systems from Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) in 2009 and 2006, respectively.
- Security and privacy in distributed systems and mobile networks. In particular, I am interested in applying deep learning and machine learning techniques to quantify information leakage of a system about its sensitive inputs. I am also interested in designing privacy-preserving mechanisms against such attacks.
- Design abstractions and algorithms for distributed systems and mobile networks.