I am a third-year PhD student in the School of Engineering at École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and a research assistant in the Social Computing group at Idiap Research Institute under the supervision of Prof. Daniel Gatica-Perez. I am also a member of Digital Humanities Institute at EPFL, and dhCenter, the UNIL-EPFL joint center for digital humanities.
My academic research interest lies at the intersection of privacy, machine learning, and social network analysis. Currently, I work on designing privacy-preserving representation learning algorithms for large-scale graphs such as social and information networks. I contribute to the AI4media project, a European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program focusing on the next generation of ethical and trustworthy AI research to serve media and society.
I presented our recent CCS paper “Locally Private Graph Neural Networks” at AI4Media Workshop on Explainability, Robustness and Privacy in AI. Slides can be downloaded from here.
I delivered a remote talk on our recent work, “Locally Private Graph Neural Networks” at Twitter Machine Learning Seminar. You can download the slides from here.