Alpha Diallo

Research and Teaching Assistant – Distributed Object Programming Lab (DOPLab)
Université de Lausanne
Département des Systèmes d’Information (ISI)
Faculté des Hautes Etudes Commerciales (HEC)

Quartier UNIL-Dorigny ,  Bâtiment Internef
Office: 128.3,  CH-1015 Lausanne
Phone: +41 (0) 21 692 34 10
Email: alpha.diallo at unil dot ch


Alpha Diallo is a Research and Teaching Assistant at the University of Lausanne. He joined the Distributed Object Programming Lab (DOPLab) in 2020 after doing his master’s thesis on indoor tracking systems under the supervision of Professor Benoît Garbinato. At the DOPLab, his research focuses on Collaborative Indoor Tracking Systems. Prior to that, he worked as a consultant for a government agency under a World Bank project (IDA H 8670). During his mandate, he led the development of a national portal of Investment for the Republic of Guinea and mapping the Guinean private sector.

Teaching activities

  • Algorithms and computational thinking (Bachelor Forensic Science – Fall), 2019 (TA), 2020-2023 (Graduate TA)
  • Practical programming in Python (Bachelor Forensic Science – Spring), 2020-2024 (Graduate TA)
  • Software Architectures (Master Information Systems – Fall), 2019 (TA)
  • Introduction to Distributed Systems (Master Information System – Fall), 2018 (TA)
  • Co-supervision of Master theses:
    • Sarah Buechner (January 2021). Parky, an Attempt to Make Cities Smarter
    • Shahzeb Ahmed (September 2022). Investigate Privacy Risks Related to Indoor Positioning Systems
    • Stergios Konstantinidis (February 2024). Enhancing the Mobixim Framework: Interface Adjustments and Feature Implementations for Collaborative Indoor Tracking Systems

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