I am a postdoctoral researcher at Karlsruher Institut für Technologie (KIT), working in the team of Dennis Hofheinz.
Previously, I was a PhD student in the Cryptography team at École Normale Supérieure de Paris under the supervision of David Pointcheval and Hoeteck Wee, on zero-knowledge proofs for secure computation.
I entered Télécom Paristech after a preparatory class for entrance to Grandes Ecoles. I specialized in computer sciences, algorithmic and cryptography and completed a double degree with the Parisian Master of Research in Computer Science (MPRI). I did PhD at ENS from October, 2014 to September, 2017. I started working at KIT as a postdoctoral researcher in October, 2017.
My research interest include theoretical and practical feasibility results for secure multiparty computation, and the design and study of cryptographic primitives, such as zero-knowledge proof systems and indistinguishability obfuscation. I also have a broad (amateur) interest for theoretical computer science in general, including computational complexity, fine-grained complexity, foundations of cryptography, and learning theory.