(in french only) Plutôt que de réparer incessamment des failles de sécurité une fois qu’elles ont été exploitées par un attaquant, il est possible de réduire ces risques en aidant les cryptographes à les détecter en amont grâce à des outils de vérification de protocoles. C’est l’objet des recherches en cybersécurité d'une équipe de scientifiques* dont les travaux ont été récompensés par un [..]
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IRISA's Gender Equality and anti-harassment committees receive the Minerva Informatics Equality Award
The Minerva Informatics Equality* prize was awarded on Tuesday, October 25 to IRISA's Gender Equality and anti-harassment committees This prize rewards all the work and actions implemented by these two committees: the Gender Equality Committee created to encourage and support women's careers in computer science research and teaching. And the anti-harassment commmittee(founded after the first one) [..]
Congratulations on receiving the best paper in energy efficiency at GreenCom 2022, in the Myriads team
Congratulations to Adrien Gougeon (Phd Student ENS Rennes), François Lemercier (associate professor CNRS), Anne Blavette (researcher CNRS, SATIE), Anne-Cécile Orgerie (research director CNRS), members of the research team Myriads, for their article "Influence of Communication Technologies in Smart Grid Power Congestion Management" for which they received a Best paper Award at 18th IEEE [..]
A "distinguished paper Award" in secutiry for the Sipy research team
For its 35th edition, three members of the Spicy team distinguished themselves once again at the CSF 2022 - IEEE Computer Security Foundations Symposium, held in Haifa, Israel, last August. Congratulations to David Baelde (ENS Rennes professor and Spicy team member), Stéphanie Delaune (CNRS research director and Spicy team leader), Solène Moreau (former Spicy team doctoral student and now Inria [..]
How can applications be made more energy efficient?
Mobile applications seem to consume more and more energy. How can we reduce the energy consumption of applications? Scientists, including Anne-Cécile Orgerie, permanent research scientist at CNRS in the Myriads team, are researching and exploring solutions for tomorrow.
The first post-quantum cryptographic algorithms are known
Once operational, the quantum computer will sweep away all the principles on which cryptography is currently based. The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) launched a call for papers in 2016 to find algorithms capable of withstanding it. Of the four post-quantum resistant cryptographic algorithms selected by the NIST, Falcon is one of them, a model co-developed by Thales, IBM [..]
2nd Fondation Rennes 1 Thesis Prize for Katharina BOUDGOUST
The Rennes 1 Foundation awarded its thesis prizes to 8 PhDs from the University of Rennes 1 on Monday 4 July Congratulations to Katharina BOUDGOUST who completed her thesis in the EMSEC (now CAPSULE) research team. Thesis Director: Pierre-Alain FOUQUE and Adeline ROUX-LANGLOIS The purpose of the Rennes 1 Foundation "Progress, Innovate, Undertake" is to bring the University of Rennes 1 closer to [..]
PEPR Cybersecurity unveils its first 7 targeted projects
Led by the CNRS, Inria and the CEA, the Priority Research Equipment Programme (PEPR) Cybersecurity, which aims to support the development of the sector, presents its first 7 projects... IRISA, with its research teams dedicated to cybersecurity and Gildas Avoine, professor at INSA Rennes and pilot for the CNRS of the PEPR Cybersecurity, is at the heart of this strategy to accelerate cybersecurity.