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KEY FIGURES

539 people at LIP6

211 permanent people

  • 158 teacher-researchers
  • 26 CNRS researchers
  • 3 INRIA researchers
  • 12 administrative staff
  • 12 technical staff

328 non permanent people including :

  • 210 PhD students
  • 20 postdocs
  • 20 temporary research engineer
  • 35 interns

Actions of excellence

  • 3 ERC
  • 2 Professorships
  • 3 LabEx
  • 1 Equipex
  • 5 IUF members

Publications 2016 - 2021

  • 790 journal articles
  • 1634 conference papers
  • 253 theses
  • 37 HDR

LIP6 events (LIP6)

  • Ajouter à votre agenda10/28/2021 - Algorithms for the Sparse Random 3XOR Problem
    Schedule : 14:00
    Speaker(s) : Charles Bouillaguet
    We present algorithms for variants of the 3XOR problem with lists consisting of random sparse n-bit vectors. We consider two notions of sparsity: low-density (each bit is independently biased towards zero) and low-weight (the Hamming weight...
    Salle 405, couloir 24-25, 4 place Jussieu - 75005 Paris
  • Ajouter à votre agenda11/04/2021 - Classical and Quantum algorithms for generic Syndrome Decoding problems and applications to the Lee metric
    Schedule : 14:00
    Speaker(s) : Simona Etinski
    The security of code-based cryptography usually relies on the hardness of the syndrome decoding (SD) problem for the Hamming weight. The best generic algorithms are all improvements of an old algorithm by Prange, and they are known under th...
    Salle 405, couloir 24-25, 4 place Jussieu - 75005 Paris
  • Ajouter à votre agenda11/08/2021 - Introduction to quantum computing
    Schedule : 14:00
    Speaker(s) : Alex Bredariol Grilo (LIP6)
    Since its development in the 80s, quantum computing has seen expressive growth both from the point of view of Computer Science and Physics. Its primary focus is understanding how to use quantum properties to perform computational tasks. Fro...
    LIP6, salle 105 (1er étage), couloir 25-26, 4 place Jussieu, 75005 Paris
  • Ajouter à votre agenda11/18/2021 - Low-Memory Subset Sum and LPN Algorithms via Multiple Collisions
    Schedule : 14:00
    Speaker(s) : Claire Delaplace
    For enabling post-quantum cryptanalytic experiments on a meaningful scale, there is a strong need for low-memory algorithms. We present low memory algorithms for subset-sum and LPN based on a combination of techniques from representations, ...
    Salle 405, couloir 24-25, 4 place Jussieu - 75005 Paris
  • Ajouter à votre agenda11/26/2021 - Fast Verification of Masking Schemes in Characteristic Two
    Schedule : 11:00
    Speaker(s) : Nicolas Bordes et Pierre Karpman:
    We revisit the matrix model for non-interference (NI) probing security of masking gadgets introduced by Belaïd et al. at CRYPTO 2017. This leads to two main results.
    1) We generalise the theorems on which this model is based, so as to ...

    Salle 405, couloir 24-25, 4 place Jussieu - 75005 Paris
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