Laila El Aimani is researcher in cryptology and assistant professor at
Cadi Ayyad University, Morocco.
She has master’s degrees from ENSEIRB-MATMECA (France), université de Bordeaux I (France), and École Polytechnique (France) resp, that span different areas of computer science.
In 2011, she graduated from Universität Bonn (Germany) as a Dr.rer.nat under the supervision of Joachim von zur Gathen. A good part of her PhD research was dedicated to the design and analysis of privacy-preserving mechanisms (e.g. undeniable/confirmer signatures, signcryption).
Later, she joined the Security Labs of Technicolor (France) as a
research engineer in security and privacy.
After a short sojourn in Gemalto (France) in 2013, she joined the computer science department of ESTS-Cadi Ayyad University (Morocco) as a researcher and assistant professor.
Laila filed three patents (two of which are granted) on applied cryptology, and co-authored several research papers on cryptology/security.
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