- Luca Notarnicola, since 2017. Co-supervizion with Gabor Wiese.
- Lorenzo Spignoli, since 2018.
- Agnese Gini, since 2018.
Rivain, On the Physical Security of Cryptographic Implementations. 2006-2009. Thesis done at Oberthur Card Systems. Now at CryptoExperts.
Icart, Mapping Algorithms into Elliptic Curves and Applications. 2007-2010. Thesis done at Sagem. Now at Apple.
Kizhvatov, Physical Security of Cryptographic
Algorithm Implementations. 2008-2011. Thesis done at University of
Luxembourg. Now at Riscure.
Mehdi Tibouchi, Hashing into Elliptic Curves and Cryptanalysis of RSA-based schemes, 2008-2011. Co-supervizion with David Naccache. Now at NTT.
Avradip Mandal, Provable Security and Indifferentiability. 2009-2012. Now at Fujitsu.
Lepoint, Design and Implementation of Lattice-Based
Cryptography, 2011-2014. Thesis done at
CryptoExperts. Co-supervizion with David Pointcheval. Now at Google. The Ph.D. dissertation received the 2014 Gilles Kahn Prize by the Informatics Society of France.
Srinivas Venkatesh, Practical Provable Security against
Side-Channel Attacks, 2011-2015. Co-supervizion
with David Galindo. Now at University of Bristol.
Praveen Vadnala, Provably Secure Countermeasures
against Side-channel Attacks, 2011-2015. Now at Riscure.
Zhe Liu, Lightweight Public-Key Cryptography for Wireless
Sensor Nodes, 2011-2015. Thesis done at University of
the FNR award for Outstanding PhD Thesis 2016.
- Junwei Wang,
On the Practical Security of White-Box Cryptography, 2017-2020.
These CIFRE at CryptoExperts. Still at CryptoExperts.
- Hilder Vitor Pereira,
Homomorphic encryption and multilinear maps based on the
approximate-GCD problem, 2017-2020. These done at University of
Luxembourg. Now post-doc at KU Leuven.