Gildas Avoine



Gildas Avoine

Gildas Avoine is professor of information security and cryptography at both the UCL in Louvain-la-Neuve (Belgium) and INSA Rennes (France) Previously, he was postdoctoral researcher at the MIT (USA) hosted by Ron Rivest in the CSAIL, and at the EPFL (Switzerland) in the LASEC headed by Serge Vaudenay, where he obtained a PhD degree in cryptography. Previously, he studied at the University of Caen (France) where he received a Bachelor degree in mathematics and Bachelor and Master degrees in computer science.
Gildas Avoine also leads training and consulting for companies, especially in his favorite field that is security of radio-frequency identification solutions (RFID).

Contact


Office for my teaching activities:
INSA Rennes
20, Avenue des Buttes de Coesmes
CS 70839
Building 18, Office 021
F-35708 Rennes Cedex 7
France


Phone: +33 2 23 23 82 57
Office for my research activities:
IRISA Rennes
Campus universitaire de Beaulieu
263 Avenue du Général Leclerc
CS 74205
Building E, Office 323
35042 Rennes Cedex
France


Phone: +33 2 99 84 25 61
Office where I am never disturbed:
Université catholique de Louvain
SST / ICTM / INGI
Place Saint Barbe, 2
Building Réaumur bte L5.02.01
B-1348 Louvain-la-Neuve
Belgium
Office Number: No idea; if you look for me, ask for the third floor's toilets, they are located in front of my office...)


Phone: +32 10 47 31 51

Research

My research activities relate to cryptography and information security, especially cryptographic protocols. My recent works addressed fair exchange protocols, time-memory trade-offs, non-adjacent form representations, but also and mostly authentication in radio-frequency (RFID) systems, from both theoretical and practical approaches.

Publications and Presentations

Publications and presentations are available from the Publications section of this website.

Teaching Activities

  • Cryptography, INSA Rennes, Fall, Since 2013/14.
  • Computer Security, INSA Rennes, Fall, Since 2013/14.
  • Network and Security, INSA Rennes, Spring, Since 2013/14.
  • Cryptographic devices (Module A6.2), ENSTA Paris, Fall, Since 2007.