Julien Freudiger is a security researcher, helping individuals enjoy the better side of communication technology using a combination of economics and security. His interests include security, privacy, wireless networks, and game theory. He is focusing on secure and private big data analytics and security aspects of ubiquitous communications.
During his time at the Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (EPFL), Julien investigated location privacy threats and designed protocols for preserving location privacy. He also had internships at Qualcomm R&D, where he was involved in the design of CDMA protocols for VoIP, and at Infineon R&D, where he developed a multi-threaded processor.
Dr. Freudiger received his Ph.D. in Computer and Communication Systems and a M.Eng. in Communication Systems, both from EPFL.
Julien enjoys traveling the world, creative discussions, dancing salsa, and reading books.
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Sharing is Caring: A Peek Into the Future of Data Analytics
posted 18 June 2014
From Lean Startup to Lean Privacy: Turning Privacy Concerns Into Opportunities
posted 28 January 2014
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Privacy Preserving Data Quality Assessment
3 November 2014
What’s the Gist? Privacy-Preserving Aggregation of User Profiles
7 September 2014