Monthly Archives: January 2019

Open internship position: Data mining applied to video game logs (LIF18-A3)

The Formal Computer Science Laboratory solicits high quality applications for a project to be carried out as part of the 8INF859 (Internship) or 8INF860 (Essay) courses of the Master’s degree in Computer Science, Professional Profile.

As part of a collaboration with Ubisoft Saguenay, the project consists of developing and using data mining algorithms applied to the execution logs from various sources.

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Mohamed Racem Boussaha earns his Master’s Degree

Mohamed Racem Boussaha, an M.Sc. student under the supervision of Prs. Raphaël Khoury and Sylvain Hallé, has successfully completed the final version of his Master’s thesis. Mohamed’s project involved the enforcement of security policies in Java programs using Complex Event Processing (CEP). Concretely, his work was to express various constraints on the execution of a program in order to prevent the insertion of malicious code;

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