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I am a PhD Student at INRIA Rennes Bretagne Atlantique research center, France. My PhD topic is on privacy preservation in user-centric peer to peer search environments. The field includes cryptography, differential privacy, data mining, secure multi-party computation and large scale peer to peer systems. I am also a staff member at the Computer Science department, Helwan University, Egypt. I currently hold a masters degree in Computer Science from University Rennes I, France.
My interests include computational complexity and computability theory, linguistics and natural language processing, cryptographic protocols and quantum secure multi-party computation
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