Who am I?
I am a junior research scientist (CR2) at
INRIA Nancy Grand-Est,
in the CARAMEL
LORIA in Nancy, France.
My research focuses on the hardware
implementation of arithmetic circuits, where the term
- integer arithmetic,
- real arithmetic, such as fixed-point, floating-point or
logarithmic number systems, and
- finite-field arithmetic as used in cryptography.
Together with Pierrick
Gaudry, I am also co-advising the Ph.D. thesis of
on the hardware implementation of curve-based cryptographic
primitives such as pairings.
List of publications.
Hardware and software realisations:
a parameterized library for real arithmetic on FPGAs (floating-point /
logarithmic number system).
a VHDL generator for function evaluation operators using the
Higher-Order Table-Based Method.
2007 - 2008:
Reusable teaching material:
TutoRISC: a RISC in my FPGA.
A small assignment framework for computer architecture students.
Previous years: see the teaching page.
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LORIA, Bât. A - Projet CARAMEL
Campus Scientifique, BP 239
F-54506 Vandœuvre-lès-Nancy Cedex
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