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Currently pursuing a PhD in criminology focusing on cybercrime prevention, Michael is co-director of the Network. He contributes to the strategic development of Serene-risc's activities with Fyscillia and he is in charge of knowledge mobilization activities such as Cybersec 101 and the Digest. Michael has been working on knowledge mobilization in cybersecurity and cybercrime in Canada and abroad since 2011.
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Graduated with a Master's degree in Criminology Fyscillia is co-director of Serene-risc. In collaboration with the Board of Directors and the co-director, she coordinates the development of the Network and supervises the administrative team. In addition to these responsibilities, Fyscillia is also the Scientific Coordinator of the Research Chair in Cybercrime Prevention.
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Clémence is responsible for Serene-risc's communication activities. She is in charge of writing and managing content for the website, social networks, newsletter and other media supports. Clemence is graduated with a Master Degree in Science communication. Do not hesitate to contact Clémence for any information about the Network or for interviews.
Raphaël Hoarau is an undergraduate in cinema studies at the Université de Montréal. He draws on his experience to create consistent video content while reflecting on the evolution of his artistic approach. Displaying a firm grasp of every aspect of multimedia production, Raphaël always seeks to refine and enrich SERENE-RISC’s audiovisual content.
Currently a Master's student in Criminology at the Université de Montréal, Alexa is conducting a research project on public-private partnerships. Within Serene-risc, she is contributing to the development of an online course (MOOC) on Introduction to Cybersecurity for the university community.
Louis Melançon is a PhD candidate in the Communication Studies department at McGill University. His research focuses on the Heartbleed vulnerability of 2014 and the shifts in security norms and practices resulting from major cybersecurity events. A graduate from the Master’s program in Knowledge Transfer and Mobilization at the INRS, he has been co-editor of the SERENE-RISC Digest since January 2020.
Marie-Pier is an undergraduate student in criminology at the Université de Montréal with a particular interest in cybercriminology. She draws on her academic knowledge and interest in the subject to write original and popularize content for the Konnect blog.