I am a Ph.D. student at EPFL, in the LCA1 group led by Prof. Jean-Pierre Hubaux, working under the co-supervision of Prof. Kévin Huguenin (UNIL). In 2013, I earned my MSc in Computer Science, with a Specialization in Internet Computing, from EPFL. During my master studies, I held an excellence academic scholarship from EPFL and received a Google Anita Borg Memorial scholarship. In 2008, I obtained my BSc in Mathematics and Computer Science from Babes-Bolyai University.
My main areas of interest revolve around privacy, in particular interdependent aspects of privacy and applications of machine learning for privacy. I currently focus on quantifying location privacy at the social level.
Investigate interdependent privacy issues in online social networks and mobile applications.
"Algorithms and "Software Design Engineering"
"Physique Générale I (IN&SC)"
"Information Security and Privacy"
|Intern||Communications & Internet||NUS||2012 - 2013 (7 months)|
|Intern||MFS Africa||2011 (3 months)|
|Software Development Engineer||Microsoft||2008 - 2011|
|Intern||Experter Sp. z o.o||2007 (3 months)|
|Intern||Siemens PSE||2006 (3 months)|