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In 2011, I wrote the DEFAULT-PRIV project proposal. After it won
funding, I worked on it from 2012 till 2014.
The goal of this project was to investigate how to attain privacy by default. The work led to several publications and the organisation of the 1st ICFEM workshop on default privacy.
This project was funded via a research competition of the University of Luxembourg.
In 2008, I co-authored the EPRIV project proposal and in 2009 the
related EPRIV-MAA project proposal. After
winning funding, I worked on the EPRIV project and co-supervised
the affiliated EPRIV-MAA project from 2009 till 2012.
The goal of this project was to investigate privacy in e-services such as voting and auctions. The projects led to a number of publications as well as the organisation of an international workshop and two summer schools.
The EPRIV project was funded via a research competition of the University of Luxembourg. EPRIV-MAA was funded by the Fonds Nationale de la Recherche of Luxembourg (grant PHD-09-027).
In 2009, I briefly worked for the TVS project.
The goal of this project was to design, develop and use a trustworthy internet voting system. The project resulted in several publications and the resulting voting system was used for elections in the state of Victoria, Australia in state elections in November 2014.
The project was funded by the EPSRC (UK), grant EP/G025797/1.
In 2007, I wrote the PRIV-VOTE project. After winning funding, I
worked on this project from 2007 till 2009.
The goal of this project was to redesign how to formally reason about privacy in voting systems. The project led to a number of publications, a PhD thesis, and the organisation of 3 academic events.
The project was funded by the Fonds Nationale de la Recherche of Luxembourg (grant BFR07/030).
From 2004 till 2009, I joined one of the 37 subprojects of the BSIK
The main project aimed to perform basic research in computer science to strengthen the innovation climate in the Netherlands. The subproject in which I was involved focused on security and privacy for e-commerce.
The main project resulted in many publications, organised events and PhD theses.
The project was funded by the Ministry of Economic Affairs in the Netherlands.