Kévin huguenin earned his PhD degree from the Université of Rennes I and Inria in 2010 and a master’s degree in computer science from the Université de Nice — Sophia Antipolis in 2007. He is an assistant professor at UNIL-HEC Lausanne, where he leads the Information Security and Privacy Lab, within the Department of Information Systems. Before he joined UNIL in 2016, he held a tenured researcher position (Chargé de Recherche) at LAAS-CNRS, which he joined in 2015, in the Dependable Computing and Fault Tolerance group (TSF). Prior to that, he worked as a post-doctoral researcher at EPFL, in the Laboratory for Communications and Applications (LCA1) from 2011 to 2014, and at McGill University, in the Distributed Information Systems Laboratory (DISL) in 2011. During his time at EPFL, he worked for some time at the Nokia Research Center.
He published 10+ articles in international journals and 25+ articles in international conferences and I filed 2 patents with Nokia; he received the Best Student Paper Award at OPODIS’09, the Best Paper Award at IEEE ICDCS’10 and a scientific excellence award from CNRS. His global research interest is in security and privacy in distributed systems and mobile (social) networks, with a special emphasis on the human and social aspects of security and privacy. He is particularly interested in interdisciplinary research projects on privacy, at the frontier between computer science and social sciences (incl. law, economics and sociology) and/or medicine (mHealth, genomics, medical databases).
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