Mobirise Website Maker

I am a postdoctoral researcher, recently recruited by the DigiTrust Consortium at the University of Lorraine. Before this, I defended my PhD titled "Usability: low tech, high security" at IRIF in the Distributed Algorithms and Graphs Team. I was advised by Nicolas Schabanel and Ted Selker, with whom I worked on human usability of security and its applications to voting systems. I'm currently in the process of publishing a book on the use of randomness in politics.


My research is heavily interdisciplinary and my main interests currently go from usable security to  institution design and empirical psychology.  As such, I tend to work with a large set of colleagues from different labs and am a member of multiple research groups, such as the Random Sample Voting Project, where I am responsible for the organization of RSV elections. I'm also a member of Chôros and the POP Special Exploratory Committee, a new political party/platform where we seek to implement real-time democracy.

We currently have multiple online experiments going on, so if you have a few minutes don't hesitate to contribute. They are generally open to everyone, but we are currently looking specifically for young researchers and graduate students for a specific one that could have direct benefits to them. 


 Research interests

  • Human-Computer Interactions

  • Security and Cryptography

  • Institution Design

  • Graph Theory and Complexity Theory

  • Probabilistic and Geometric Algorithms

  • Voting Theory and e-Democracy

  • History of Political Philosophy

 
Education

  • BScs in Cpsci and Mathematics from Paris VII university in 2012

  • Student at ENS Paris (2012-2016)

  • Masters of Research in Computer Science (graduated in 2015)

  • PhD in Computer Science at LIAFA-IRIF (2015 - 2019)

  • Postdoctoral researcher at Digitrust (2019 - 2021)

  • Member of RSVP (since 2016), POP SpEC (2017), Chôros (2018)