Scientific Advisory Board

Scientific Advisory Board

Our Scientific Advisory Board (SAB) consists of international personalities chosen for the quality of their scientific expertise, their strategic vision of cybersecurity and their knowledge of the industrial and governmental environments in cybersecurity and privacy. The goal of the SAB is to advise the Cybersecurity Institute on its strategic programs, its general orientations, the quality and the evolution of the teams and their projects, the quality of the Cybersecurity Institute scientific and partnership objectives, the requests for creation or recruitment of new teams. It meets formally at least once every two years but can be solicited if specific questions arise. The SAB writes a short report on the overall Cybersecurity Institute activity every two years and is also consulted on applications for group leader position and on other major scientific policy issues of the Institute.

Members

  • Gilles BARTHE (Max Planck Institute for Security and Privacy (CIS), Germany)
  • Christina BINDER (Bundeswehr University Munich, Germany)
  • Oliver CORTEN (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium)
  • Antoine JOUX (CISPA, Germany)
  • Florian KERSCHBAUM (University of Waterloo, Canada, Director of the Waterloo Cybersecurity and Privacy Institute)
  • Emmanuel PROUFF (ANSSI, France)
  • Werner SCHINDLER (BSI, Germany)
  • Nicholas TSAGOURIAS (Sheffield University, United Kingdom)