What I look like

Hi, I am Édouard, a PhD student in computer algebra in the teams MIC2 (INFRES - Télécom ParisTech) and CRYPTO (LMV - Université de Versailles). I started my PhD in 2017, under the supervison of Luca De Feo, Hugues Randriambololona and Éric Schost.

I am curious about almost everything related to mathematics, computer science, and teaching. My main domains of interest are computer algebra, algorithmic number theory, and cryptology. On top of that, I like to spread the idea of free software and free licenses in general.

If you want to know more, you can send me an e-mail !

Papers

Standard Lattices of Compatibly Embedded Finite Fields
ISSAC 2019
with Luca De Feo and Hugues Randriam.

Software

I like to play with Sage or Nemo/Flint, and I developped some software using it. Details can be found in my GitHub repositories.

LatticeGFH90
A Julia/Nemo library to make lattices of compatibly embedded finite fields.
DlogGF
A Julia/Nemo library containing algorithms for computing discrete logarithms in finite fields.
normalBases
Library for computing normal bases based on Flint.

Teaching

You can find more details in the dedicated section.

2018 – 2019
Cryptography (M1) (Université de Versailles)
2017 – 2018
Cryptography (L3) (Université de Versailles, 30h)
Cryptography (M1) (Université de Versailles, 10h)
2016 – 2017
Oral examiner in mathematics (Lycée Jacques Prévert, 36h)
2013 – 2014
Tutor in mathematics (Université Paris-Sud, 30h)

Talks

Other interests

I also practice and teach improvisation theatre, that is why you can also find ressources (in French) about some “lessons” I gave.