Eliana J. Raad

Ph.D Student

Biography

Eliana J. Raad is a PhD student at Bourgogne University, France. In 2010, she received a master’s degree in software engineering from the Antonine University, Lebanon and a master in Databases and Artificial Intelligence from Bourgogne University, France. Previously, she has occupied a Research Assistant position at the Lebanese American University in Lebanon, where she worked on textual inference. Her current research interest at Bourgogne University focuses on the topic of privacy preserving in Web 2.0 applications. In particular, she investigates the challenge of preserving users’ privacy in the context of social media and online social networks by exploring various trails of online personal data especially in image contents.

Domain of interests

  • Privacy, Online identity
  • Social network analysis
  • Social event detection
  • Image metadata analysis

Publications

  • Eliana J. Raad, Richard Chbeir, Foto2Events : From Photos to Event Discovery and Linking in Online Social Networks, the 7th IEEE International Conference on Social Computing and Networking (SocialCom2014), Sydney, Australia
  • Bechara al Bouna, Eliana J. Raad, Charbel Elia, Richard Chbeir, Ramzi A. Haraty, Anonymizing Multimedia Documents, World Wide Web Journal
  • Bechara al Bouna, Eliana J. Raad, Charbel Elia, Richard Chbeir, Ramzi A. Haraty, de-linkability: a privacy-preserving constraint for safely outsourcing multimedia documents. ACM MEDES 2013: 68-75