Rafa Gálvez is a PhD candidate in COSIC, the Computer Security and Industrial Cryptography group at the Department of Electrical Engineering (ESAT) of the KU Leuven.
Central to his research is the design of privacy respecting artificial intelligent agents, which take the social context where they will be deployed into consideration both during the engineering process and in their behaviour.
He is also interested in building anonymous communications systems that are practical and provide strong protection against global adversaries.
Rafa studied Computer Engineering in the Carlos III University from Madrid and then completed a Masters in Artificial Intelligence. He joined COSIC as a student of Claudia Diaz, to work on the PANORAMIX project, which successfully finished in January 2019.
MEng in Artificial Intelligence, 2014
Carlos III University of Madrid
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