Pr. Benjamin NGUYEN

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We have an open tenured associate professor position in Computer Security, opening sept. 2018. Please contact me for more details.


I currently hold the following positions :

Other Affiliations

Current Interests

My current research focuses on Privacy & Security in Information Management Systems and Applications. More specifically, I am interested in :

  • Anonymization techniques.
  • Models to represent, quantify and enforce limited data collection.
  • Methods to enforce existing privacy models using secure hardware devices.
  • Design and implementation of large scale privacy-by-design personal information management applications (in general interdisciplinary research).

Current Funded Projects

  • Projet ANR SendUP (SEmantic Networks of Data: Utility and Privacy), ANR Funding
  • Projet ADOPTER (Analyse de Données issues de Tests Volontaires), Région Centre Val de Loire Funding
  • Projet Girafon (Grands Graphes: Interrogation, Fouille, Analyse), Région Centre Val de Loire Funding
  • Projet Connect-IO (Objets Connectés, INSA/OpenClassrooms), IDEFI-N Funding
  • French-Japanese working group on Privacy

Past Interests

  • Semi-structured Databases (XML), their query languages (XQuery), and in particular temporal/privacy aspects.
  • Peer-to-peer (P2P) XML databases, and their confidentiality/security aspects.
  • Ontologies


I am alumnus of :

Contact Me

  • Office CRI 07, INSA Centre Val de Loire, 88 boulevard Lahitolle, CS 60013 - 18022 BOURGES cedex, FRANCE
  • Phone : (+33) 2 48 48 40 94
  • Email : benjamin [dot] nguyen [at] insa-cvl [dot] fr


"Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety."

Benjamin Franklin, Reply to the Governor, November 11, 1755 in Votes and Proceedings of the House of Representatives, 1755-1756, Philadelphia, pp19-21, 1756.

Read the whole letter

The Flag

flag.jpg This humourous drawing of the French Flag, flanked with a British royal emblem is a reference to my strong English roots (the Kilburn family). It was taken from an article found on an English blog explaining why France should join the Commonwealth. Fortunately, my devoir de réserve proscribes any comments on this question.