I joined IRISA’s EMSEC team in September 2014 as a Ph.D. Student in Computer Science, which I defended in January 2018. I am working on cryptography, security and data privacy and, these days, more specifically on symmetric searchable encryption.

I received my Master’s Degree from Brown University in May 2013, where I spent 9 very exciting month. I went to Brown after completing my undergraduate studies and one year of master during three marvelous years spent at the Ecole Polytechnique in France.

I also had the chance to work at MIT, in the Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) with Shafi Goldwasser and Raluca Ada Popa. I was also the developer of DrawBerry, an open source vector drawing application for Mac OS.

In previous years, I served in the French Air Force, worked in a French construction company or at Inria. Away from keyboard, I have interests in geopolitics, defense-related topics, as well as in turkey cooking techniques.