A young Algerian student at the University of Quebec has designed a new model of computer security that has “received international attention,” the Canadian university announced on Wednesday (September 9th) in a statement.
Linda Aliane is a computer science student at the University of Quebec at Rimouski (UQAR). For her master’s degree, she developed a new computer security system. Its work was presented at the 14th International Conference on the Future of Networks and Communications.
The Algerian-born student received the award for best paper at this conference and her work has been published on Science Direct, which is none other than the world’s leading source for scientific, technical and medical research.
Linda Aliane created a new system for managing access rights to data or computer systems, as part of her master’s degree in computer science, which she started in January 2018.
“I chose to study for a master’s degree at UQAR to deepen my knowledge and acquire more computer skills while introducing myself to research. The project I completed had a good balance between theory and practice as well as IT challenges that are state-of-the-art, ”said the student.
Linda Aliane will complete her master’s training this fall, and intends to undertake “a new adventure by joining the professional world to work as an IT specialist, ideally in a research and development position.