Victor Morel is a PhD student at Inria, in the Privatics team.
His research interests include privacy protection, design, networks (such as found in the Internet of Things), and ethics of technology in a broad manner.
His thesis aims to protect privacy by enhancing information and consent in the IoT. Following the recent General Data Protection Regulation, he proposes concrete means for data subjects to gain access on data collection in IoT environments, and to electronically express their own binding privacy policies.
He appreciates sober, hackable, and accessible technology that works.
Besides his academic activities, he cofounded FELINN, an association defending decentralization, privacy, and free software through popular education.
Ongoing PhD in Computer Science, 2020
INSA de Lyon - Inria
Master Thesis, 2016
Engineer Degree, 2016
CoIoT is an ongoing project to manage consent in the IoT. It is an Android app that enables the definition of user privacy policies, and interacts automatically with IoT devices according to the user’s choices.
This year, I teach a full-time duty in Databases at
UGA (fr and en).
At Insa de Lyon (2016-2019), I have taught:
Genetic Algorithms and Project Management (fr),
Computer basics: Networks and Security (fr),
Algorithmic and Programming 4 (fr), and Algorithmic and Programming 4 (en).
At Uppsala University (2016), I was a teacher assistant in Database Design I (en).