How much do you trust our digital infrastructure?"
Trust is indispensable to the prosperity and well-being of societies. For millennia, we developed trust-building mechanisms to facilitate interactions. But as they become increasingly digital, many traditional mechanisms no longer function well, hence trust breaks down.
As a result, low levels of trust discourage us from engaging in new forms of interactions and constrain business opportunities.
We must therefore re-invent trust mechanisms that will contribute to prosperous and peaceful societies in the digital age.
Semantic Information Processing in Distributed Systems
Reliability and Security in Large-Scale Systems
Corporate Finance, Initial Coin Offerings (ICO)
Health and Genomic Information Management
Quantitative Finance and Risk Management
Decentralized and Blockchain Systems
Data Mining and Machine Learning
Distributed Algorithms and Consensus
Security/Privacy of Health/Genomic data and of Personal Devices
Asset Pricing and Mathematical Finance
Formal Software Verification
Very Large Scale Systems
Jean-Yves Le Boudec
Cyber Physical Systems
Digital Epidemiology and Personalized Health
Image Understanding and Conceptualization
Privacy enhancing technologies
Data Science and Privacy