I am a third-year PhD student at the Institut de Recherche en Informatique Fondamentale (IRIF ), Université Paris Cité under the supervision of Geoffroy Couteau and Alain Couvreur since October 2021.

My main research interests lie in general MPC questions, pseudorandomness generation as well as fondations of cryptography. My thesis topic is Linear Codes for Quantum-Resistant Secure Computation. More generally, my research interests lie in Secure Multiparty Computation, and Pseudorandomness Generation, Coding Theory, and general Post-Quantum Cryptography. You can find my CV here.

Maxime Bombar, Geoffroy Couteau, Alain Couvreur, and Clément Ducros, Correlated Pseudorandomness from the Hardness of Quasi-Abelian Decoding, CRYPTO 2023 (ePrint|Springer)

Geoffroy Couteau and Clément Ducros, Pseudorandom Correlation Functions from Variable-Density LPN, Revisited, PKC 2023 (ePrint|Springer)

I have attended the following public events, in the antichronological order:

Nom Ducros
Prénom Clement
Bureau 3028
Mail Clement.Ducros@irif.fr
Page web https://clement-ducros.github.io/