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Pablo Rauzy (#875)
Name Pablo Rauzy
Personal Homepage http://pablo.rauzy.name/
Topic of his/her doctorate. Formal software methods against side-channel attacks
Category implementation
Ph.D. Supervisor(s) Sylvain Guilley, Jean-Luc Danger
Abstract My goals are twofold: first, I'd like to improve the automation of code and data protection against side-channel attacks (by reducing as much as possible the information leakage through side-channels such as time, temperature, or power consumption) using compilation techniques to formally prove the code transformation (ensuring that the protection did not alter the semantic of the cryptographic algorithm) ; second, I'd like to develop modelization methods and tools to help the formal study of side-channel attacks, and especially the efficiency of countermeasures.
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