I am a Tenured Research Scientist in computer science within the PRIVATICS team at Inria. From September 2021 to December 2022, I was a Senior Privacy Fellow at the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL), where I conducted interdisciplinary research for the French regulator of the EU laws that protect personal data.


My research area is online privacy, where I develop computational techniques and technologies powered by these techniques, to evaluate Web applications in measuring, quantifying and understanding privacy risks and detecting potential violations with the law, in order to ensure privacy and respect human rights of Internet users. I take an multidisciplinary approach applying computer science methods and collaborating with scholars in law and design. My research follows three main themes:

When I choose a research direction, I am particularly driven by the impact my research can make on society. In the field of privacy and data protection, I seek to inform and enlighten discussions of policy makers by providing them with the cutting-edge research in computer science, law and design disciplines, thanks to my collaborations with international scholars in these fields.

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PRIVATICS team, Inria Sophia Antipolis
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