Institut Eurécom
2229 Route des Crêtes
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Institut Eurécom

Network Security Team

Yves Roudier is an assistant professor in the Network and Security Department of EURECOM since October 1998. His research interests span ITS security, aspect-oriented programming and model-driven engineering for security, secure P2P storage, and ubiquitous computing security.

He formerly received his PhD in computer science from the University of Nice - Sophia Antipolis (UNSA) in 1996 for his work on introducing parallel, distributed, and reactive programming through a reflexive extension of the C++ language. He also worked from 1997 to 1998 at the Electrotechnical Laboratory (ETL), Japan, on the introduction of parallel constructs into Java through aspect-oriented programming.

Research interests:

  • Automotive and ITS security
  • Software engineering, AOP, MDE for the design, testing, and certification of security mechanisms
  • Security requirements engineering (SysML-Sec)
  • Security for Cloud Computing and Service Oriented Architectures
  • Static analysis of Java, system dependence graphs for security
  • Secure peer-to-peer storage
  • Security for Ubiquitous / Pervasive computing and Ad-hoc communications
  • Middleware and its security
  • Access Control
  • Smart cards, trusted operating systems
  • Mobile code security
  • Internet Security
  • Extensible object-oriented languages, reflection, aspect-oriented programming, actors, agents, ...

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