About Me

Since November 2014, I have been a researcher at the National Cybersecurity Agency of France (ANSSI). Between 2014 and 2022, I worked in the ANSSI Hardware Security Labs focusing on software security embedded in components. Since 2023, I have been part of the hardware and Software Architectures Lab, where my focus is on the security of embedded systems. Additionally, I am an associate researcher at the ENS Information Security Group.

Prior to this, I obtained a PhD in 2014 under the guidance of Pr. Jean-Louis Lanet from the University of Limoges. During my thesis, I worked on the security of the Java Card platform, specifically in relation to tree attacks. My PhD thesis is available in the publications section of my website.

My main interests lie in the security of embedded systems, as well as software and hardware security. I am a (co-)author of several publications, which are listed in the publications section of my website.

For any information, contact me at this email address.