Jean-Jacques Quisquater

 

Cryptography, a way to secure communications, has been evolving fast during the Twentieth century.

Jean-Jacques Quisquater is one of the figures in the research of this field. Did you know that in 1985, he was the first one to develop a technique to protect smart cards? It is the same technique (after a few upgrades) that protects over 85% of passports. Not only that but Jean-Jacques Quisquater invented electronic voting in the nineties, and other systems to protect private data.
Giving university lectures at MIT, advisor at various levels, we are lucky to have Jean-Jacques Quisquater as invited speaker at our fourth edition of ResearchTalks!

Talk: « Hacking in name of normal people »

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