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I am a PhD student at IRISA (University Rennes 1), France. Working with ASAP research team on the topic of privacy preservation in user-centric search environments.

Education:

2009-2010 M.Sc. University Rennes 1, France, Networks and Distributed Computing, GPA 14.157/20, mention: Good, 9th on class of 50 students.
2003-2007 B.Sc. Helwan University, Egypt, Computer Science, GPA 3.72/4, mention: Excellent with Honors, top of class of ~200 students.

Publications:

1- 2012 M. Alaggan, S. Gambs, and A.-M. Kermarrec, “BLIP: Non-interactive differentially-private similarity computation on Bloom filters”, to appear in the Proceedings of the 14th International Symposium on Stabilization, Safety, and Security of Distributed Systems (SSS’12), Toronto, Canada, October 2012.

2- 2011 M. Alaggan, S. Gambs, and A.-M. Kermarrec, “Private similarity computation in distributed systems: From cryptography to differential privacy,” in Proceedings of the 15th International Conference on the Principles of Distributed Systems (OPODIS’11), ser. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, A. F. Anta, G. Lipari, and M. Roy, Eds.,vol.7109. Toulouse, France: Springer, 13-16 December, 2011, pp. 357–377.

3- 2010 M.Sc. Thesis “Privacy preservation in peer-to-peer gossiping networks in presence of a passive adversary”
4- 2008 “MyP2PWorld: Highly Reproducible Application-level Emulation of P2P Systems” Roberto Roverso, Mohammed Al-Aggan, Amgad Naiem, Andreas Dahlström, Sameh El-Ansary, Mohammed El-Beltagy and Seif Haridi. Published at the Selfman Workshop.

Working experience:

2010-Present Researcher at INRIA Rennes — Bretagne Atlantique research center.
2008-Present Staff at Helwan University, Egypt.
2007-2008 Research Assistant at Peerialism AB (Swedish company), Cairo branch.

Grants:

2010: Bourse Ministérielle from the French Ministry of Higher Education for 3 years to persue PhD at University Rennes 1.
2009: Grant from Fondation Michel Metivier to persue masters at University Rennes 1

Interests:
1- Cryptographic and non-cryptographic secure multi-party computation protocols
2- Quantum protocols and quantum secure multi-party protocols
3- Differential privacy
4- Computational complexity and computability and mathematical logic

URLs:
E-mail: malaggan (at) irisa (dot) fr
TCS Stack Exchange: http://cstheory.stackexchange.com/users/201/m-alaggan
Blog: http://mohnabil.blogspot.com/


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