Dr. J.-F. Lalande

Since sept. 2017, I moved to CentraleSupelec Rennes. I am currently associate professor at CentraleSupélec, in the Inria project CIDRE of the IRISA laboratory. From 2005 to 2017, I was associate professor at INSA Centre Val de Loire (LIFO laboratory).

My areas of interest are the security of operating systems, the security of C embedded software (e.g. smart cards) and the security of Android applications. I work on malware analysis, access control policies, intrusion detection tools and software code analysis.

I defended my Habilitation to supervize research (HDR) the 30th of november of 2016.

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(Image taken by Charles Knowles: "Lone Pine in a tree Farm" CC-BY)

MOOC "Développez des applications Android connectées"

I am currently producing a MOOC with INSA de Lyon and OpenClassRooms in the ConnectIO project supported by ANR. Below some extracts of the MOOC:

Research projects

I am currently participating to this research project:

  • CominLabs KHARON (2014-): Discovering Android Malware with Information Flow Monitoring

I have participated to these research projects:

  • ANR LYRICS (2011-2015): Lightweight privacY-enhancing cRyptography for mobIle Contactless Services. In this project I am focused on the security of Android applications involved in NFC transactions.
  • ANR AGAPE (2009-2012): Parameterized and exact graph algorithms. In this project I work on the implementation and benchmarking of exponential graph algorithms.

About Me

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