- Jelena Isacenkova started her PhD with EURECOM under the supervision of Prof. Refik Molva in 2009. She won a scolarship (bourse CIFRE) and she is currently working as a researcher for the French company, MailInBlack. Her research interests embrace logging and monitoring policy compliance with regulations and secure logging in multi-party environment with a particular emphasis on privacy.
- Before starting her PhD, she completed an internship at EURECOM and continued her work as a research engineer in a European project (R4eGov). The focus of the R4eGov project was on inter-organizational interoperability of SOA (Service Oriented Architecture)-based systems and EURECOM team worked on distributed access control and on the security aspects of web services.
- Jelena received a MSc degree in Computer Science from Vilnius University, Lithuania. She conducted her master's thesis under the guidance of Adomas Svirskas while working at EURECOM. Her master's thesis focused on the compliance of collaborative interactions with process regulations.