I'm a French Computer Science Master student at both ENS de Lyon in France and EPFL in Switzerland, as part of a joint degree.
I'm currently an intern at Huawei Research in Paris, working on anonymous communication protocols.
My main interests are cryptography, privacy-preserving technologies, software verification and quantum computing.
More broadly, I am also interested in diffusion of knowledge, politics and linguistics.
Research internship part of my Master degree, under the supervision of Antoine Fressancourt.
Exploration of privacy-preserving techniques to retrieve network topology and public key information in network layer anonymous communication protocols.
Research internship part of my Master degree, under the supervision of François-Xavier Standaert.
Side-Channel Analysis of ANSSI's protected AES implementation ASCAD and comparison of template attacks with new ML-based approaches.
Research internship part of my Bachelor degree, under the supervision of Marc Kaplan.
Definition of protocols for secure multiparty computation using quantum primitives.
Comparison with classical protocols.
AliENS is a student association whose goal is to promote open-source software, provide technical support to students; and provide and maintain online services useful to their studies or to campus life.
ENSeigner is a student association whose goal is to provide free academic support to underprivileged students. I helped students in Maths and Computer Science.
Bureau Ludique is the student association that promotes and organises recreational activities on campus and with other schools.
SWERC is the South-Western European Regional Contest of the ACM's ICPC programming contest. I participated twice on behalf of ENS de Lyon, placing 51st in 2021 and 31st in 2022.
TRACS is a hacking and intelligence contest for students, organized every year in Paris by Centrale Supelec and the DGSE. Together with a team of 5, we placed 5th.
and many other programming contests and CTF.
A simple game created in 24h during the Orbital Game Jam 2022 at EPFL, with a team of 5. I mainly took part in the programming part.
Beamer.js is a slide-making solution in HTML5, adapted from Flides by Nathanaël Fijalkow. It allows the user to place slides in a 3D environement, and to navigate through them.