I am currently a software engineer at Google. I hold an engineering degree from the Ecole Polytechnique of Palaiseau, France, as well as a master's degree from EPFL, where I specialized in information security and completed a master's thesis in cryptography.
I am interested in many aspects of software engineering (see my open-source contributions), with a strong focus on what I would call "foundations" of software and security. This has led me to work on a wide range of topics including cryptography, firmware, file formats, data compression, performance and privacy. But I also enjoy writing software higher up the stack, such as a 3D visualization of surrounding mountains with OpenGL.
I have published several research papers and given talks, notably on cryptography, file formats and privacy topics.