Arnaud Tisserand

Arnaud Tisserand

Senior Researcher at CNRS

About Me

I am senior researcher (“directeur de recherche” in French) at CNRS in computer science and digital electronics.

My research topics include: computer arithmetic in hardware and software, number systems (i.e. representations of numbers), arithmetic algorithms, specific or reconfigurable hardware accelerators, embedded processors, applied cryptography, hardware security (attacks and protections), low-power design.

In short, I mainly work on arithmetic computations in electronic circuits and computer programs, and how to make them more efficient, more robust to attacks/failures and less energy consuming. I also work on the security of embedded systems.

My research activities are positioned into several CNRS research networks (GDR):

I work in the Lab-STICC laboratory and I am hosted at ENSTA Bretagne in Brest, France.


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