I am a first year PhD student at Inria in Paris, in the project-team SECRET, under the supervision of Nicolas Sendrier, with a grant from the Sorbonne Université (ex-UPMC). Before that, I graduated from the École polytechnique and have earned a M.Sc. in Theoretical Computer Science at Université Paris-Saclay (MPRI).

My primary research interest is the design and analysis of code-based post-quantum cryptosystems, that is cryptosystems resistant to attacks using quantum computers. Currently I am working on the security analysis of code-based cryptosystems proposed proposed in response to the call for post-quantum cryptography standardization issued by the National Institute of Standards and Technologies (NIST).

M.Sc. (M2), Computer Science (MPRI), Université Paris-Scaclay, 2017.
M.Sc. (M1), Mathematics and Computer Science, École polytechnique, 2016.
B.Sc., Mathematics and Computer Science, École polytechnique, 2015.

Matthieu Lequesne
Inria Paris, team Secret
Building C, 2nd floor, office C221
2 rue Simone Iff, CS 42112
75589 Paris Cedex 12, France
matthieu.lequesne [at] inria.fr