Victor Morel holds a PhD in computer science from Inria - Privatics.
His research interests include privacy and data protection, networks security, usability and Human-Computer Interactions, applied cryptography, and ethics of technology in a broad manner.
He is currently working in the Security & Privacy Lab at Chalmers University of Technology on usable privacy for IoT applications.
He appreciates sober, hackable, and accessible technology that works.
Besides his academic activities, he is a member of FELINN’s collegiate council, a French association (1901) defending decentralization, privacy, and free software through popular education.
Qualification MCF Section 27, 2022
PhD in Computer Science, 2020
INSA de Lyon - Inria
Master Thesis, 2016
Engineer Degree, 2016
CoIoT is a project to manage consent in the IoT. It takes the form of an Android app enabling the definition of data subject privacy policies to automatically interact with IoT devices according to the user’s choices.
CyberSecIT will develop a practical, secure and privacy-enhancing solution regaining control for end-users and companies over their IoT ecosystems while enjoying all the benefits that come from automated data analysis and autonomous privacy-preserving security monitoring.
Program Committee Member and session chair IFIP Summer school 2023.
Program Committee Member IWPE 2023.
Program Committee Member PoPETS 2023-2024.
External Reviewer PoPETS 2021-2022.
I also do external reviews for venues such as WWW, ESORICS, ETHICOMP, etc.
At Chalmers, I teach:
I also supervise master theses, 3 successful defenses so far!
At UGA (2020), I taught a full-time duty in Databases (fr and en).
At Insa de Lyon (2016-2019), I have taught:
At Uppsala University (2016), I was a teacher assistant in Database Design I (en).