ASG Who's Who
Dr. Jean-Marc Seigneur
Phone: +41 22 379.0238
Fax: +41 22 379.0233
Web Page : http://cui.unige.ch/~seigneur/
Advanced Systems Group
Centre Universitaire d'Informatique
University of Geneva
Battelle bātiment A
7 route de Drize
> PresentationI have published more than 30 refeered research papers on computational trust management, online reputation, privacy and identity management since 2000. In this field, I have also provided technical consulting and presentations to a good number of major industrial players (Philips, SAP, Nokia, Amazon...)
After working for Hewlett-Packard (including 5 months in China) and being a Research Fellow at Trinity College Dublin (where I stayed 5 years and obtained my PhD), I have joined the ASG at the University of Geneva to further research, teach, supervise students and apply my knowledge in the real world.
Please check here for a more complete presentation http://cui.unige.ch/~seigneur/
I work on the EU-funded EDOS project (it is my 4th EU project).
I also supervise Michel Deriaz's PhD thesis and take care of the trust management aspect of the FoxyTag related service (including some interesting coding).
I organise a group of more than 150 academic and industrial players http://www.trustcomp.org and a few events related to computational trust and online reputation:
- the ACM SAC trust/collaboration track, http://www.truscomp.org/treck
- the IEEE workshop on the value of security through collaboration, http://www.truscomp.org/secoval
Programmation Objets, Programmation de Systèmes
> A sample of the best students that I've supervised or advised at one stage:
- Daniel Solis (graduated MSc at Trinity College Dublin, the outcome of the supervision allowed him to be a co-author at an international research conference, which is nice for his CV)
- Michel Deriaz (PhD student at the University of Geneva, on-going supervision, the outcome of the supervision already consists of a few research papers)
- Pierpaolo Dondio (PhD student at Trinity College Dublin, I advised him concerning computational trust background and he is now getting good results in the field)