Short bio

I am associate professor in the 2XS team, part of the CRIStAL Laboratory and the IRCICA research institute of the Université de Lille 1 (France). My research interests include hypervisor security for embedded systems. My teaching position is shared between Polytech Lille and Université de Lille 1 with courses related to security (network, system, web...), Java (JEE, ORM, Spring, MongoDB) and network.

Before that I was a member of the SSD team of the Université de Limoges (France) as an associate professor between 2007 and 2013. I was working on smart card security (especially multi applicative like JavaCard) with Pr. Jean-Louis Lanet.

I obtained a PhD. from the Université de Lille 1 in December 2003 under the direction of Pr. Vincent Cordonnier and Dr. David Simplot (now Professor at Université de Lille 1 and Director of the Inria Lille - Nord Europe research center). My thesis topic was about broadcast reduction in wireless ad hoc networks. Then from October 2004 to August 2005, I was a post-doctoral student in the Dependable Distributed Systems laboratory (School of Information Science, JAIST, Japan) under the responsibility of Dr. Xavier Défago, where I was working on routing in large ad-hoc networks and synchronization between mobile robots.