Myself  
Pierre-Louis Aublin, Ph.D.

Project Assistant Professor

Keio University
Department of Information and Computer Science
3-14-1 Hiyoshi, Kohoku-ku
Yokohama-shi 223-8522
JAPAN

E-mail: pl(at}pakupaku[d0T)me


Bio

I am a Project Assistant Professor (特任助教) at Keio University, Japan, in the SSLAB research group, working with Prof. Kenji Kono on improving the security of cloud applications by using Intel SGX enclaves.

I received my Ph.D. in computer science in January 2014 from the University of Grenoble. My advisors were Sonia Ben Mokhtar and Vivien Quéma. I was involved in the ERODS team (LIG Laboratory).

My resume is available here in PDF.



Research

I am interested in the design and analysis of distributed and multicore systems. In particular, I focus on the robustness, security and efficiency of such systems.
I am also interested in programming languages and abstractions for implementing efficient and robust distributed systems.



Publications

International journal

International conferences

Technical reports

Posters



Service



Teaching

I have engaged in teaching activities at various institutions: