Emmanuel Thomé — Vitae

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Emmanuel Thomé

CARAMBA team leader

Work: Emmanuel.Thome@inria.fr
Personal: Emmanuel.Thome@gmail.com
GPG public key:
0xA447AA1A (external)
local copy
GPG fingerprint:

F3BC E059 EDA0 FBF5 04FB
0B7F 7728 90BC A447 AA1A

Phone: +33 (0)3.54.95.86.59
Office: B256
Postal mail:
INRIA, Bât. B, CARAMBA
F-54600 Villers-lès-Nancy

Professional experience #

2015-now
INRIA research director (DR2), CARAMBA team leader.
2006–2015
INRIA research scientist (CR1)
2003–2006
INRIA junior research scientist (CR2)

Education and degrees #

2012
Habilitation à diriger des recherches Université de Lorraine.
2000–2003
PhD student (link to PhD thesis) École polytechnique, supervisor: François Morain
1999–2000
University of Illinois, Chicago (visiting scholar)
1995–2000
École Normale Supérieure, Paris, France. élève fonctionnaire.

Awards #

2015
Best paper award, ACM CCS 2015 (link), Imperfect Forward Secrecy: How Diffie-Hellman Fails in Practice, (paper).
2014
Grand prix du chercheur, awarded by Région Lorraine. (link no longer available).
2014
Best paper award, Eurocrypt 2014 (link), A Heuristic Quasi-Polynomial Algorithm for Discrete Logarithm in Finite Fields of Small Characteristic.
2012
Prix La Recherche, factorization of RSA-768. (link no longer available).
2003
PhD award, École polytechnique.

Students #

2008–2011
Romain Cosset, Applications des fonctions thêta à la cryptographie sur courbes hyperelliptiques. co-supervision with G. Hanrot. University Nancy 1. Defended on 2011/11/07. Link to PhD thesis document
2011–2015
Hamza Jeljeli, Accélérateurs logiciels et matériels pour l’algèbre linéaire creuse sur les corps finis. co-supervision with J. Detrey. Université de Lorraine. Defended on 2015/07/21. Link to PhD thesis document
2013–2016
Hugo Labrande, Explicit computation of the Abel-Jacobi map and its inverse. Cotutelle supervision with M. J. Jacobson, Jr. Université de Lorraine, University of Calgary. Defended on 2016/11/14. Link to PhD thesis document
2014–2018
Svyatoslav Covanov, Multiplication algorithms : bilinear complexity and fast asymptotic methods. co-supervision with J. Detrey. Université de Lorraine. Defended on 2018/06/05. Link to PhD thesis document
2018–2020
Simon Masson, Algorithmique des courbes destinées au contexte de la cryptographie bilinéaire et post-quantique. co-supervision with A. Guillevic. Université de Lorraine. Defense planned in december 2020.
2018–2021
Aude Le Gluher, Topic: Improved complexity analysis and simulation of the Number Field Sieve. Co-supervision with P.-J. Spaenlehauer.

Past grants #

2015–2020
coordinator, CPER cyberentreprises. Host of many local projects with needs for research infrastructure. Total budget 4.5 million €.
2013–2016
scientific leader (coordinator) of the ANR Catrel project, focusing on discrete logarithms over finite fields. (ANR Blanc project)
2009–2012
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)
2006–2009
member of the ANR Cado, focusing on the Number field sieve algorithm (scientific leader/coordinator: Pierrick Gaudry, LORIA). This project was the original source of funding that led to the cado-nfs software.