I was born in 1981 in Québec City, where I’ve spent most of my live. I began my university studies in 2000, at Laval University, where I obtained a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Science in 2003, and Master’s degree in 2005. I completed a Ph.D. at the same university, with coursework performed at McGill University in Montreal. My Ph.D. supervisor was Dr. Nadia Tawbi. From 2011 to 2014 I was a post-doctoral fellow at the DRDC Research Center in Valcartier, Canada. I am currently a professor at the Université du Québec à Chicoutimi.
I’m interested in all aspects of computer security. My doctoral research focuses on computational models of runtime enforcement. During the course of my post-doctoral fellowship at DRDC, I studied the use of redundancy and diversity for security, and worked on the development of a symbolic analyzer for assembly traces.
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