I am currently a PhD candidate at the Ecole normale supérieure de Paris (ENS), under the supervision of Pr. David Naccache. I am a member of the ENS Information security group, part of the Computer Science department.
I am also a Security Digital Design Engineer at Rambus Cryptography Research Division.
My areas of interest include:
- Digital front-end design
- Secure hardware implementations and countermeasures
- Hardware attacks: Differential Power Analysis (DPA) and fault attacks
Jean-Michel Cioranesco, Craig Hampel, Guilherme Ozari de Almeida, Rodrigo Portella do Canto: Cryptographically Secure On-Chip Firewalling. NSS 2015.
Jean-Michel Cioranesco, Roman Korkikian, David Naccache, Rodrigo Portella do Canto: Buying AES Design Resistance with Speed and Energy. IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive 2015.
Rémi Géraud, Diana-Stefania Maimut, David Naccache, Rodrigo Portella do Canto, Emil Simion: Applying Cryptographic Acceleration Techniques to Error Correction. IACR Cryptology ePrint Archive 2015.
Simon Cogliani, Diana-Stefania Maimut, David Naccache, Rodrigo Portella do Canto, Reza Reyhanitabar, Serge Vaudenay, Damian Vizár:
OMD: A Compression Function Mode of Operation for Authenticated Encryption. Selected Areas in Cryptography 2014.
Roman Korkikian, David Naccache, Guilherme Ozari de Almeida, Rodrigo Portella do Canto: Practical Instantaneous Frequency Analysis Experiments. ICETE (Selected Papers) 2013.