Lukasz Olejnik comes from an information security background. His engagements include security engineering work at the Poznan Supercomputing and Networking Center and CERN.
Lukasz holds a Computer Science PhD from INRIA. He was focusing on privacy problems. His research interests include information and computer security and privacy, especially as applied to online interactions with a special emphasis on the Web, user data disclosure and dissemination problems and privacy-sensitive matters related to Web browser functionalities, as well as Web security. In his research, he analysed user tracking and profiling on the Web. Examples include studies of Web history leaks, as well as privacy and transparency analysis of Real-Time Bidding. He also worked on privacy engineering. In 2013, he received a Google Scholarship.
Lukasz published his works in multiple venues, such as NDSS, ESORICS, WEIS and Phys Rev. He has publications spanning fields such as quantum cryptography, security and privacy. He is authored a number of influential projects related to privacy. His works contributed to how Web browsers work. Lukasz is a World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) Invited Expert.