Marc Juarez

News: I have recently moved to University of Southern California. At USC I'll be working as a Post Doc in Prof. Aleksandra Korolova's lab. My research is going to be focused on algorithmic fairness. New website

Currently I am a Ph.D. student in COSIC (COmputer Security and Industrial Cryptography) at KU Leuven, Belgium. Within COSIC, I am part of the Privacy Technologies group. I am fortunate to be advised by Prof. Claudia Diaz. Since 2015 my research is generously supported by a grant from the Fund for Scientific Research - Flanders (FWO) for the project: "Efficient Traffic Analysis Defenses for Low-Latency Anonymous Communications".

In 2013, I graduated with a double degree on Pure Mathematics and Computer Science Engineering at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona with a master thesis on Privacy and AI. I worked on the thesis as a software engineer intern in the IIIA-CSIC, under the superivsion of Vicenç Torra and Guillermo Navarro.

My research interests fall in the intersection between privacy, network security and artificial intelligence. In my thesis I study how to construct protocols resistant to traffic analysis and, in particular, website fingerprinting.

Email: <name> dot <surname> at kuleuven dot be

Ref list: [google scholar]

PGP key: E941794F

Github: mjuarezm

Resume: last update 03/2019



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