Department of Information Systems (DESI)

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Fighting against privacy conflicts in the uploading of content on social media without...
Insights into research at HEC Lausanne-UNIL – Have photos or videos of you ever been published on social media without your consent? Whether or not it is deliberate, the practice is now sadly widespread and anyone can be a potential victim. The research carried out at HEC Lausanne (UNIL) by Prof. M. Cherubini, Prof. K. Huguenin and Dr KS Niksirat to address the privacy issues involved suggests a series of innovative solutions for web service providers.
Yves Pigneur awarded an honorary doctorate by HEC Montreal
Professor Emeritus Yves Pigneur has just received a further honorary title, awarded jointly by HEC Montreal and the University of Montreal, for the scope and relevance of his publications.
HEC Lausanne's got talent !
Discover in our new series of articles, those from the HEC Lausanne (UNIL) community - students, researchers, teachers or staff - who have been honored or whose success has been celebrated recently.
HEC Lausanne and Adidas join forces
The Department of Information Systems at HEC Lausanne (UNIL) has been working on an artificial intelligence (AI) project for Adidas since last year. The four-year project illustrates how the academic and scientific world can contribute to helping businesses tackle challenges such as digitalisation.
Corporate digital responsibility: the solution to a difficult digital dilemma?
Insights into research at HEC Lausanne-UNIL – The multiple ethical issues raised by new digital technologies. In a recent research paper, Prof. Mueller and his co-authors introduce the concept of corporate digital responsibility and set out a framework to guide organisations and senior managers on how to handle it.
Recent publications
Chapuis B., Omolola O., Cherubini M., Humbert M., Huguenin K. (2020). An Empirical Study of the Use of Integrity Verification Mechanisms for Web Subresources. ACM, p.10.
Humbert M., Trubert B., Huguenin K. (2020). A Survey on Interdependent Privacy. ACM Computing Surveys, 52 (6) pp. 122:1-122:40.
Hu T., Tomassini M., Banzhaf W. (2020). A network perspective on genotype-phenotype mapping in genetic programming. Genetic Programming and Evolvable Machines pp. 1-23.
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