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Florine is a PhD student in the Computational Privacy group under the supervision of prof. Erkin. Recognising the importance of privacy, she aims to produce technologies that make use of society's collective data without sacrificing individual privacy. To this end, she focuses her research on the area of secure multi-party computation.

Academic background

Florine has been a PhD student since November 2020, and received her BSc and MSc degrees in Computer Science here at TU Delft.


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  • Privacy-Preserving Data Aggregation with Probabilistic Range Validation

    Dekker, F. W. & Erkin, Z., 2021, Applied Cryptography and Network Security - 19th International Conference, ACNS 2021, Proceedings. Sako, K. & Tippenhauer, N. O. (eds.). 19 ed. Kamakura, Japan: Springer Nature, Vol. 12727. p. 79-98 20 p. (Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics); vol. 12727 LNCS).

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