Clément Quinton
Inria centre at the University of Lille
40 Avenue Halley, 59650 Villeneuve d'Ascq, France.
Tel: +33 359 358 770


I'm an associate professor at University of Lille, member of the Spirals group, a joint team between University of Lille within the CRIStAL research center and Inria. Before joining University of Lille, I was a postdoctoral fellow at Politecnico di Milano. I hold a MSc. in Computer Science from University of Montpellier, and a PhD in Computer Science from University of Lille. Prior to the PhD, I spent two years as a software engineer developing tools and apps for smartphones.


[DBLP] [Scholar]
Most of my publication preprints are freely accessible from [HAL].


- Our paper on Taming the Variability of Browser’s Fingerprint is accepted at SPLC'24.
- Our paper investigating the Performance of LLM-Generated code on Leetcode is accepted at EASE'24.
- Our paper on Understanding the Performance-Energy Tradeoffs of Object-Relational Mapping Frameworks is accepted at SANER'24.
- I now hold an "Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches".

Supervised PhD students

[2024-202~] Brell Sanwouo. On AI-based Self-Adaptive Systems.
[2022-202~] Maxime Huyghe. Automated software testing to improve the privacy of browsers.
[2022-202~] Tristan Coignion. Emerging development paradigms to support cloud-based micro-services deployment.
[2022-202~] Alexandre Bonvoisin. Frugal software architecture for deploying cloud native micro-services.
[2020-2023] Edouard Guégain. Configuration-driven Software Optimization.
[2017-2020] Zeinab Abou-Khalil. Studying the evolution of the bug handling process in large open source ecosystems.