Diego Perino

NEWS

    
Our paper PPFL: Privacy-preserving Federated Learning with Trusted Execution Environments has been awarded as Best Paper at ACM MobiSys 2021!
    
Our paper giving insights into how a real-world IPX provider operates has been accepted at ACM SIGCOMM 2021!
    
In the last month it was great to participate to two great panels at ACM SACMAT (Security in the Age of Intelligent and Resourceful Adversaries) and MEDCOMNET (Network Intelligence for the future) and give a Keynote at MAISP MobiSys workshop (Decentralized Privacy Preserving Artificial Intelligence for Next Generation Telco Industry)!
    
Submit your work to the ACM SIGCOMM 2021 TAURIN Workshop that focuses on Technologies, Applications, and Uses of a Responsible Internet! We are also organizing a JNSM special issue on the topic!
    
Submit your work to the ACM MobiSys 2021 workshops!
    
360NorVic: 360-Degree Video Classification from Mobile Encrypted Video Traffic has been accepted at ACM NOSSDAV 2021!
    
Check out our blogposts and videos about tensions that lie at the intersection of technology, people and society: privacy, information polarization, information overload, working from home, immersion vs isolation!
    
It was great to participate to El Pais Retina panel about the role of science in companies: check our video and article!

SHORT BIO

I am the Director of Telefonica Research and I lead a team of researchers in Machine Learning/Deep Learning, HCI, Privacy/Security, Networks and Systems. Currently, I am also leading ARIANA, a Telefonica Innovation startup project leveraging Artificial Intelligence for Automatic Network Actions.

I work at the boundaries of research and innovation, to advance state of the art in technology areas relevant to business and ICT at large, and ensure the successful exploitation of research outputs. I also promote the dissemination of their work both through publications and I am deeply involved in the research and innovation communities.

Previously I worked at Bell Labs (Paris, France) from September 2009 to June 2016 and six months at NICTA (Sydney, Australia) in 2016 as visiting researcher. I received my Ph.D. in Computer Science from the Paris Diderot-Paris 7 university in 2009. My Ph.D. Thesis was a collaboration between Orange Labs and INRIA through a CIFRE contract, and focused on algorithms for peer-to-peer multimedia streaming. I received my M.S. in Networking engineering at Politecnico di Torino and Eurecom Institute of Sophia Antipolis in 2006. I also obtained a Research Master in Networking and distributed systems at Université de Nice-Sophia Antipolis.