I have recently joined the Clermont Auvergne Institute of Technology at Aurillac and the LIMOS research lab as an assistant professor. From 2015 to 2017, I was a temporary assistant professor (ATER) at Aix-Marseille Université, and from 2017 to 2019, a Postdoctoral Scholar in the E-payment & Biometrics team of the GREYC research lab. My research interests include the cryptography applied to biometric systems, lightweight cryptography for the Internet of Things and the use of emerging technologies (Distributed Ledgers and Trusted Execution Environment) in security protocols. My other areas of concern are the parallelism of cryptographic primitives and the optimization of arithmetic operations in finite fields.
My PhD thesis was carried out at Intitut de Mathématiques de Marseille (UMR 7373) and was defended in 2015 at AMU. My thesis dealt with the efficiency of cryptographic mechanisms and led me to tackle the themes of incremental cryptography, parallel cryptography and authenticated dictionaries.
PhD in Applied Cryptography, 2015
Engineer's Degree in Computer Science, 2010
Ecole Supérieure d'Ingénieurs de Luminy, Marseille
MSc in Applied Mathematics, 2008
Univ. of the Mediterranean
This is an important part of my work. I regularly supervise students for tutored projects (Master’s degree final project) concerned with topics of cybersecurity. I was also a temporary teacher for the following classes: