# Emmanuel Thomé

I am a permanent INRIA research scientist (CR1) at INRIA Nancy (Loria), project CARAMEL.

I have a separate page with News.

## Research interests

- The number field sieve and its cousins, notably for computing discrete logarithms over finite fields;
relevant papers
1,
2,
3,
4,
5,
6,
7,
8,
9,
10.

See also some software: cado-nfs, as well as an example sage worksheet for NFS. - Sparse linear algebra over finite fields and the block Wiedemann algorithm;
relevant papers
1,
2,
3.

See also some software: cado-nfs, matlingen. - Discrete logarithms over algebraic curves; relevant papers 1, 2, 3.
- Computer arithmetic in general, in particular finite field and polynomial arithmetic;
relevant papers
1,
2,
3,
4.

See also some software: gf2x, mpfq, mploc. - Complex multiplication in genus 2, and computation of class
polynomials using fast evaluation of theta constants; relevant papers
1.

See also some software: cmh.

## Grants

- I am the scientific leader (coordinator) of the ANR Catrel project, focusing on discrete logarithms over finite fields. (ANR Blanc project, 2013–2016).
- I was the local correspondent of the ANR Chic project, focusing on hyperelliptic curves, isogenies, and point counting problems (scientific leader/coordinator: David Lubicz, IRMAR, Rennes). (ANR Blanc project, 2009–2012).
- I was a member of the ANR Cado project, focusing on the Number field sieve algorithm (scientific leader/coordinator: Pierrick Gaudry, LORIA). This project was the original source of funding which led to the cado-nfs software.

I have a separate page with the complete list of my Publications.

Last modification: Sun 18 May 2014 03:03:58 PM CEST

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