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Conference Chair

Olivier Camp
Computer Science, Graduate School of Electronics of the West

Brief Bio
Since 2000, Olivier Camp is Assistant Professor at ESEO a graduate school of Engineering in Angers, France.; where he is a member of the MODESTE research team. During academic year 2012-2013 he was the director of IFI/VNU (Institut de la Francophonie pour l'Informatique-Vietnam National University) a French speaking graduate institute in information technology in Hanoi, Vietnam. He received his Ph.D from Université Paris 6, France in 1994 and his research interests include security of wireless networks, trust modeling and software engineering. He is the co-author of several articles in national and international conferences and journals and has been involved in several international conferences as a member of the organising committee or the program committee. He has participated in two French collaborative funded R&D project in the field of security RAHMS (intrusion detection for ad hoc networks) and Everyware (security for heterogeneous wireless networks).
In ESEO, Olivier Camp is in charge of several courses dealing with security and software engineering.
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Program Co-Chairs

Edgar Weippl
University of Vienna, SBA Research

Brief Bio
After graduating with a Ph.D. from the Vienna University of Technology, Edgar Weippl worked in a re-search startup for two years. He then spent one year teaching as an assistant professor at Beloit College, WI. From 2002 to 2004, while with the software vendor ISIS Papyrus, he worked as a consultant in New York, Albany, U.S.A., and in Frankfurt, Germany. In 2004 he joined the Vienna University of Technology and founded the research center SBA Re-search together with A Min Tjoa and Markus Klemen.

Christophe Bidan


Brief Bio
Christophe BIDAN is a doctor in Computer Sciences (University of Rennes 1, 1998). He holds an HDR from the University of Rennes 1 (Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches, 2010).
Since 2000, Christophe BIDAN is a professor at Supélec and permanent member of the INRIA / Supélec project-team CIDre. Before joining Supélec, Christophe BIDAN spent a one-year postdoct at Imperial College, London. He also worked for Gemplus (now Gemalto) as a security architect in the cryptography and security team.

His research area is security of information systems. He is particularly interested in intrusion detection an
d privacy of self-organized networks (ad hoc, P2P) and Web applications. He also manages research on privacy in social networks, and visualization of security events. He is author or co-author of more than thirty national and international communications.

Christophe BIDAN was a member of the organizing committees of the symposiums RAID 2009 (Recent Advances in Intrusion Detection) and SSTIC (French Symposium on Security of Information Technologies and Communications) from 2004 to 2006. He regularly participates in program committees of national and international conferences. He is a member of the board for the security activities of the DGA (Direction Générale de l’Armement, French Army). He is also a member of the Selection and Validation Committee of the Images & Networks international cluster. Moreover, he achieves expertise in the context of national calls for projects and regularly participates in national scientific projects (Everyware, SPOPS, POLUX, SAVE, LISE, AMORES).

From 2002 to 2009, Christophe BIDAN was co-responsible of the Specialized Master in Cybersecurity, joint program with Supelec and TELECOM Bretagne. He teaches computer security in several higher education institutions, including Supélec.

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Esma Aïmeur
Department Of Computer Science And Operations Research (diro), University of Montreal

Brief Bio
Esma Aïmeur is a Professor in the Department of Computer Science and Operations Research at the University of Montreal. She received her Ph.D. Degree from University of Paris 6 in the field of Artificial Intelligence.
She was the head of the Computer Science division of the multidisciplinary Masters Program in Electronic Commerce at the University of Montreal.
She has been working with her team on computer privacy for more than 12 years. She is interested in privacy-enhancing technologies in different settings, such as social networks, electronic commerce and e-learning. She also works on privacy-preserv
ing data mining and the protection of personal data (identity theft, information disclosure, profiling and re-identification).
She has been appointed member of the Data Protection Advisory Committee of University of Montreal. Her responsibilities are to help improve policies and decision making in security awareness by providing best practices to protect personal data.
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