At the 2022 IMT Atlantique research seminar, our PhD student Leo Lavaur presented our works on “Federated Learning for Collaborative Security” with a research pitch and a poster. The research seminar is a yearly event of IMT Atlantique where the school takes a resumée on past research activities and discusses on future research directions.
The CyberSecDome project, led on the IMT Atlantique side by Marc-Oliver Pahl, has been accepted under the extremely competitive European call for projects “Improved monitoring of threats, intrusion detection and response in complex and heterogeneous digital systems and infrastructures” (HORIZON-CL3-2022-CS-01). CyberSecDome will integrate advanced virtual reality to extend the capabilities of security solutions, with the aim of enhancing the security, privacy and resilience of digital infrastructure.
Learn more about Nicolas DELCOMBEL, PhD student at our chaire since March 2020. Nicolas is working on Virtual Reality for Cyber Security.