Louis Béziaud

he/him, il/lui — /lwi be.zjo/


I am a PhD student at both UQÀM and IRISA, University of Rennes 1, supervised by Sébastien Gambs and Tristan Allard. My research interests cover various aspects of privacy, fairness and related societal issues. I study ethical issues of using artificial intelligence for high-stakes decision-making.

I hold an MSc in computer science from ENS Rennes. In 2018, I did an internship at Inria Grenoble in the Privatics team, supervised by Claude Castelluccia and Daniel Le Métayer working on privacy risk analysis of national identity schemes. I did an internship at IT University of Copenhagen with Philippe Bonnet researching edge computing storage. I did two internships in the DRUID team at IRISA in 2016 and 2017 with Tristan Allard and David Gross-Amblard studying privacy-preserving crowdsourcing.

See my CV here


Reach me at louis dot beziaud at irisa dot fr


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I participate(d) to ANR JCJC Crowdguard, FRQ AUDACE Legalia, CominLabs PROFILE, Inria associate team DATA, Contributions Program of the OPC of Canada, NSERC CREATE RAI, PEPR IPoP


Member of Inria RBA/IRISA gender equality working group (2020–2023)

Organization of IRISA DKM department's seminars (2020–2021)