Robin Larrieu
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Laboratoire de Mathématiques de Versailles

UFR des Sciences

Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin en Yvelines

Bâtiment Descartes,

45 avenue des États-Unis

78035 Versailles cedex


Bâtiment Descartes, bureau 309 A


+33(0)1 39 25 30 52

E-mail: robin_dot_larrieu_at_uvsq_dot_fr




My main research interests are computer algebra and cryptography. In the past, I also worked occasionally on formal verification and on security in the Internet of Things.

I am currently (since October 2019) a postdoc in the CRYPTO team of Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin (UVSQ), working on post-quantum cryptography. Before that, I did my PhD thesis about various aspects of polynomial arithmetic over finite fields (more details here).


I am also teaching assistant (“Chargé de TD”) for the computer science department of UVSQ, and I teach labs or exercise sessions, mainly for bachelor students. This year, I am teaching for the course “math for computer science” for second year students. More details on my teaching activity (including past activity) are given on the dedicated page.

Past positions

PhD Thesis (October 2016 - September 2019): Fast Finite Fields Arithmetic, École polytechnique / Université Paris-Saclay (Palaiseau, France). Advisors: Joris van der Hoeven and Luca de Feo.