About me

I am a permanent researcher at CNRS, IRISA in Rennes, France. My main interests lie in the security of embedded devices, especially combined with side-channel information/ attacks, and machine and deep learning algorithms, and malware.

In the end of 2015, I completed my PhD at Telecom ParisTech (COMELEC) under the supervision of Olivier Rioul and Sylvain Guilley. Before, I was working at the Center of Advanced Security Research Darmstadt (CASED) as a researcher. I hold a diploma in mathematics (with a focus on computer science) from the Technische Universität Darmstadt.

I am currently in maternity leave, answering emails may be a bit delayed.

Team / supervisions

  • Christophe Genevey-Metat (PhD, since 2018), Deep learning techniques for side-channel analysis
  • Lamine Noureddine (PhD, since 2017), Packer detection / classification
  • Cassius Puodzius (PhD, since 2019), Threat intelligence
  • Duy-Phuc Pham (PhD, since 2019), Malware classification through side-channel information
  • Damien Marion (PostDoc, since 2020), Malware classification through side-channel information
  • Agathe Cheriere (PhD, since 2020), Code-based side-channel analysis
  • Nicolas Aragon (Post-Doc, since 2021), Code-based side-channel analysis
  • Alexandre Gonzalvez(Post-Doc, since 2021), ransomware analysis
  • 3 awesome kids at home (since 2015, since 2017, since 2021)

Projects / fundings

  • PEC PhD funding (2x),
  • ANR JCJC (PI): AHMA, Automated Hardware Malware Analysis
  • ANR PRGE (local PI): IDROMEL
  • l’INS2I JCJC (PI) (travel expenses), Rennes
  • Metropole (PI) (startup lab equipment),
  • Participant in European H2020 project TEAMPLAY,
  • COST Cryptacus funding to visit Universitat Barcelona


  • Google European Doctoral Fellowship in Privacy 2013,
  • best student paper award, ACNS 2014,
  • best phd thesis award Telecom ParisTech, 2015,
  • best phd thesis award l’Institut Mines-Télécom, 2015,
  • best paper award, ARES 2021.