Talks

During these years I had the chance to present my work at several conferences and events. I discovered that I really enjoy the entire process around a presentation: deciding what message to convey for a given audience, preparing the slides, practicing with colleagues to get their feedback, practicing alone to be fluent, presenting it to the audience and answering their questions, and, last but not least, further discussing about it in small groups after the talk.

The main reason why I like this process is that I constantly learn from others. Every single time I received at least one challenging question or comment that made me think about my work from new perspectives, and gave me new ideas. I was surprized to see that this happens even when I present the same work several times.

The most challenging and rewarding experiences were:

  • Screaming Channels at Black Hat USA 2018 (With Marius Muench): first talk about Screaming Channels, and in front of a large audience (about 400 people).
    Video Slides
  • Screaming Channels at ACM CCS 2018: first presentation of a paper at an academic conference, alone.
    Video Slides Paper Code&Data Details
  • Screaming Channels at RESSI 2019 (Invited Talk): first public talk in French (my second foreign language).
    Slides (in English)

Complete List

  1. 2020/09/09, Virtual (live streaming)
    Understanding Screaming Channels: From a Detailed Analysis to Improved Attacks (20-minute Talk)
    CONFidence 2020

  2. 2020/09/09, Virtual (pre-recorded)
    Understanding Screaming Channels: From a Detailed Analysis to Improved Attacks (Paper Presentation)
    IACR Conference on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems (CHES) 2020
    Video Slides Paper Code&Data Details

  3. 2019/10/16, Gardanne, France
    Screaming Channels: When Electromagnetic Side Channels Meet Radio Transceivers (Invited Talk and Poster)
    Workshop on Practical Hardware Innovations in Security Implementation and Characterization (PHISIC) 2019

  4. 2019/06/04, Las Vegas, USA
    2019 Hack@DAC Top Finalist Team “NOPS” Presents their Approach (Invited Talk)
    Design and Automation Conference (DAC) 2019, Designer Track Session 36

  5. 2019/05/21, Paris, France
    Screaming Channels: quand un émetteur radio diffuse des canaux auxiliaires (Invited Talk, in French)
    GDR Ondes, Journée thématique «Sécurité des systèmes électroniques et communicants» 2019

  6. 2019/05/15, Erquy, France
    Rejeu: Screaming Channels: quand un émetteur radio diffuse des canaux auxiliaires (Invited Talk, in French)
    Rendez-Vous de la Recherche et de l’Enseignement de la Sécurité des Systèmes d’Information (RESSI) 2019

  7. 2018/10/16, Toronto, Canada
    Screaming Channels: When Electromagnetic Side Channels Meet Radio Transceivers (Paper Presentation)
    25th ACM conference on Computer and communications security (CCS) 2018
    Video Slides Paper Code&Data Details

  8. 2018/08/08, Las Vegas, USA
    Screaming Channels: When Electromagnetic Side Channels Meet Radio Transceivers (50-minute Briefings, with Marius Muench)
    Black Hat USA 2018
    Video Slides

  9. 2016/01/14, Arm, Sophia-Antipolis, France
    End-of-Internship Presentation