Claude CASTELLUCCIA is a privacy commissioner at the French Data Protection Agency, the CNIL, and a research director at Inria where he is conducting research in the areas of digital privacy protection and computer security. He is also the scientific director of the Chair on the Legal and Regulatory Implications of Artificial Intelligence at the University of Grenoble-Alpes (UGA). He have chaired and participated in program committee of many conferences (ACM CCS, PETS, Wisec,...), co-founded the ACM WiSec conference, and advised more that 15 phd students. Claude hold an engineering diploma, a phd and a habilitation in computer science. He has held visiting research positions at UC Irvine (USA), Stanford University (USA), Max Planck Institute (Germany) and Oxford University (UK).