Members

Kévin Huguenin (Professor–group leader)

Kévin Huguenin 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, he held a tenured researcher position (Chargé de Recherche) at LAAS-CNRS. Prior to that, he worked as a post-doctoral researcher at EPFL and at McGill University. He earned his PhD degree from the Université of Rennes I and Inria in 2010.

Gaël Bernard (PhD candidate)

Gaël Bernard is a PhD candidate (enrolled at both UNIL and UToronto) working under the co-supervision of Prof. Periklis Andristos (UToronto) and Prof. Kévin Huguenin (UNIL). He started his PhD in 2015. He completed his MSc in Information Systems at UNIL by working on data warehouse solutions for regulatory and compliance at PwC Switzerland–a work for which he received the best Master thesis award. His current research focuses on customer journey experience improvement through process mining and customer journey mapping, a customer-centric approach that leverages evidences stemming from data.

Alexandra Mihaela Olteanu (PhD candidate)

Alexandra-Miahela Olteanu is a PhD candidate (enrolled at EPFL) working under the co-supervision of Prof. Jean Pierre Hubaux (EPFL) and Prof. Kévin Huguenin (UNIL). She started her PhD in 2013. In 2013, she earned her MSc in Computer Science, with a Specialization in Internet Computing, from EPFL. During her master studies, she held an excellence academic scholarship from EPFL and received a Google Anita Borg Memorial scholarship. In 2008, she obtained her BSc in Mathematics and Computer Science from Babes-Bolyai University. Her research focuses on the social aspects of privacy with a special emphasis on interdependent privacy.

Anh Pham (PhD candidate)

Anh Pham is a PhD candidate (enrolled at EPFL) working under the co-supervision of Prof. Jean Pierre Hubaux (EPFL) and Prof. Kévin Huguenin (UNIL). She started her PhD in 2013. In 2013, she earned her MSc. in Mobile Computing and Network Security from KTH Royal Institute of Technology (Sweden) and Aalto University (Finland). She was granted the Erasmus Mundus scholarship for the entirety of my master’s studies. In 2010, she received her BSc. in Information Technology from Vietnam National University (Vietnam). Her research focuses on security and privacy issues in location-trace-based services such as activity-based social networks (a la RunKeeper) and ride-hailing services (a la Uber).