I am a Visiting Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University. My research broadly focuses on Web security and privacy, Web measurements, and machine learning. Specifically, I am interested in detecting malware & vulnerabilities on the Web and collecting data to better understand and improve user security and privacy.
Before joining CISPA, I was a master student at the French Grande Ecole TELECOM Nancy, where I had the honor to give the valedictorian speech (2017). In particular, I wrote my master thesis at the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) under the supervision of Isabelle Chrisment and Robert Krawczyk.
- 17-aug-22: Our paper “A World Wide View of Browsing the World Wide Web” got accepted at IMC 2022!
- 1-oct-21: Starting as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Stanford University today!
- 9-sep-21: Our paper DoubleX: Statically Detecting Vulnerable Data Flows in Browser Extensions at Scale got accepted at CCS 2021! Wanna check extensions for vulnerable data flows? Our source code is online.
- 26-may-21: Thrilled to have defended my dissertation!
- 28-may-20: Interested in HideNoSeek? Check out the recording of my talk at RuhrSec 2020 #StayAtHome Edition!
- 30-mar-20: Just released the clone detector part of HideNoSeek on GitHub. Have fun!
- 6-feb-20: HideNoSeek ACM CCS recording is now available for download!
- 2-feb-20: Just released an update of JStap on GitHub. Have fun!
- 6-dec-19: Very excited to be part of RuhrSec 2020 to present HideNoSeek! See you in May in Bochum.
- 8-nov-19: The source code of HideNoSeek is now partially online. Have fun and see you on 14-nov-19 in London!
In the meantime, have a look at our 1 minute video, also available in French and German.
- 6-nov-19: Delighted to be part of Saarland University’s program of excellence! Looking forward to networking, coaching, and mentoring.
- 25-sep-19: The source code of JStap is now online with the ACSAC “Artifacts Evaluated – Reusable” badge. Have fun!