Nicolas Gama

Cryptographer

Nicolas Gama

Nicolas Gama

Chief computer scientist at Inpher Inc, and associate professor at Université de Versailles.
nicolas.gama at gmail.com

Experience

Chief Computer Scientist, Inpher Inc

Inpher, Lausanne, Switzerland
2015-now

I am responsible for the research and development of new security and cryptographic software for distributed systems in the cloud environment.
My attributions are to define product requirements and to create architectural specifications, ensuring feasibility, functionality, and integration with existing systems/platforms. He will design, modify, develop, write and implement software programming applications. Participate in the testing process through test review and analysis, test witnessing and certification of software.
Part of my research results are also be submitted, reviewed, published, and presented to international conferences or journals with peer-review committee.

Maître de Conférences (Associate Professor)

Université Paris Saclay, Versailles
2010-2015

Expert in post-quantum security and homomorphic encryption. My main research areas are lattice-based cryptography, geometry of numbers, algebraic cryptosystems, and information theory. I teach advances courses in applied cryptography, network and system security, and development of secured web applications.

PostDoctoral Researcher

EPFL, Lausanne, Switzerland
2009-2010

Postdoctoral research on lattice reduction algorithms.

PhD Thesis

Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris
2006-2009

PhD Thesis in cryptography, Geometry of numbers and cryptanalysis of NTRU.