My research interests cover cryptography, security and privacy, and in particular applied cryptography, provable security, design and implementation of cryptographic protocols. Most of my recent works focus on searchable encryption (see the Publications page), through which I also had to look at the security of software implementation, theoretical algorithmics, and statistics.
I received Masters degrees from Brown University and Ecole Polytechnique (France), and got my Ph.D. from Université de Rennes 1, under the supervision of Pierre-Alain Fouque and David Pointcheval.

NEWS (06/2019): Our paper on searchable encryption lower bounds has been accepted at PETS. See you in Stockholm!
NEWS (05/2019): I received the PhD Award of CNRS' GDR Sécurité Informatique (information security research group). Thanks to everyone who made this possible.