Ms. Joelle KABDJOU | MEC security | Young Scientist Award

Soka University | Japan




Joelle Kabdjou embarked on her academic journey with a strong foundation in Mathematics and Computer Sciences at the University of Douala, Cameroon. From October 2016 to July 2019, she pursued her Bachelor of Science degree, exhibiting a keen interest and aptitude in the core disciplines. During this period, she demonstrated exceptional commitment, engaging in coursework and extracurricular activities to broaden her understanding and skill set in the field.


Following her undergraduate studies, Kabdjou continued to pursue academic excellence, enrolling in the Master of Science program in Virtual Network at the University of Dschang, Cameroon, from October 2019 to August 2021. Under the guidance of Professor Kengne Tchendji Vianney, she delved into the intricate realm of rerouting protocols in programmable virtual networks with traffic variation. This endeavor showcased her ability to engage deeply with complex networking concepts and to contribute meaningfully to the advancement of knowledge in the field.


Kabdjou's academic pursuits reflect a profound interest in cutting-edge research areas within the realm of cybersecurity and networking. Her doctoral studies at Soka University, Tokyo, Japan, under the supervision of Professor Norihiko Shinomiya, are focused on a novel approach to cyber deception for protecting Mobile Edge Computing (MEC) servers against malicious users. Her research aims to develop robust security mechanisms leveraging deceptive techniques to safeguard the integrity and confidentiality of MEC servers. By exploring the intersection of cybersecurity, MEC security. machine learning, and MEC, Kabdjou seeks to make significant contributions to the field, addressing pressing security challenges in emerging computing paradigms.


Throughout her academic journey, Kabdjou has garnered recognition for her exemplary performance and dedication to her research endeavors. Her contributions have been acknowledged by her mentors and peers, attesting to her intellect, diligence, and commitment to advancing knowledge in her field. Her scholarly achievements serve as a testament to her outstanding potential and promise as a researcher and thought leader in cybersecurity and networking.


Kabdjou's research endeavors have the potential to have a profound impact on the field of cybersecurity, particularly in the context of emerging technologies such as Mobile Edge Computing. By developing innovative security mechanisms based on deception techniques and machine learning, she aims to enhance the resilience of critical infrastructure against cyber threats. Her work has the potential to influence industry practices and inform the development of more robust and adaptive cybersecurity solutions.


As Kabdjou continues her academic journey and advances in her career, her legacy is poised to extend far beyond her individual achievements. Through her research, mentorship, and contributions to the academic community, she is shaping the future of cybersecurity and networking. Her dedication to tackling complex challenges and pushing the boundaries of knowledge exemplifies her commitment to making a lasting impact in her field. With a steadfast focus on innovation and collaboration, Kabdjou is poised to leave a lasting legacy and pave the way for future generations of researchers in cybersecurity and networking.


A pipeline approach for privacy preservation against poisoning attacks in a Mobile Edge Computing environment  March 2024

Traffic predictive-based flow splitting rerouting scheme for link failures in software-defined networks  Jul 2023

Cyber Deception System based on Monte Carlo Simulation in the Mobile Edge Computing (MEC)  July 2023




Joelle KABDJOU | MEC security | Young Scientist Award

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