External Experts Advisory Board

Dr. Ludovic Jacquin

Dr. Ludovic Jacquin work mainly focuses on Trusted Computing technologies, methods, and protocols to enhance the security posture of platforms and infrastructures. He currently represents NVIDIA in the Trusted Computing Group, particularly in the Trusted Platform Module working group and actively contributes to the Infrastructure Work Group (Platform Certificate, TPM2.0 keys for Device Identity and Attestation). Dr. Ludovic Jacquin holds a Master of Science degree in Applied Mathematics and Computer Science from ENSIMAG (Grenoble, France) and received his Ph.D. in Computer Science from Grenoble University (France) in 2013. He is also a (ISC)² Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) since 2019.

Prof. Adrian Waller

Prof. Adrian Waller has been a researcher at Thales Research, Technology and Innovation for over 25 years, and is a recognised Thales Expert in Research and Innovation aspects of Information Security. His work has spanned many areas of security, albeit with core interests in cryptography, security architecture and security assurance. He has published many research papers and is the holder of several patents in areas ranging from homomorphic encryption to risk assessment in avionics communications products. Adrian is also a Visiting Professor at the Department of Computer Science at the University of Surrey.

Jaime Ruiz Huescar

Jaime Ruiz Huescar is an expert in sustainable urban mobility and expert evaluator of the European Commission in E-Mobility since 2018. He was the e-mobility manager of the city of Murcia in Spain and became one of the working groups coordinators of the Spanish network of smart cities. Jaime leads the involvement of CITIES FORUM in different smart city projects in Europe and e-mobility projects in Latin America funded by GIZ, C40, the World Bank and the IADB. Jaime is member of the jury of different international awards like the CIVITAS AWARDS.

Prof. Louis Goubin

Prof. Louis Goubin heads the “Cryptology and Information Security” Research Group of the LMV laboratory at Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines University, within Paris-Saclay University. A former student of the École normale supérieure (Paris), he holds a PhD in pure mathematics from Paris-Sud University (Orsay, 1995) and an Habilitation to supervise research (HDR) from Paris-Diderot University (2003). His research interests are about design of new symmetric and (post-quantum) asymmetric cryptosystems, cryptanalysis of theoretical and practical algorithms and protocols, protection of implementations against physical attacks, and new advances in Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE) and white-box cryptography. He has been the PhD advisor of 25 students up to now.

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