Bozhidar Stevanoski


I am a first-year PhD student at the Computational Privacy Group at Imperial College London. I study the intersection of machine learning and privacy with a focus on machine learning-based attacks against query-based systems.

Before my PhD, I obtained an MSc in Data Science from the University of Ljubljana and a BSc in Computer Science at the Ss. Cyril and Methodius University in Skopje. I did both my Bachelor’s and Master’s thesis with the Department of Knowledge Technologies at Jožef Stefan Institute, where I researched change detection and adaptation in multi-target regression on data streams. During my higher education and high school, I have participated in mathematical and algorithmic competitions, such as Google HashCode (finalist) and International Mathematical Olympiad (medalist).