My research is currently focused on the cryptanalysis and constant-time C-code implementations of elliptic-curve and isogeny-based cryptographic protocols, where constant-time means its running-time is independent (or it does depend on randomness non-correlated) from its input.
My current research also includes code-based and lattice-based cryptography.
I got a bachelor’s degree in mathematics in 2013 at the Faculty of Mathematics of the Autonomous University of Yucatan. I moved to computer sciences for the master’s and Ph.D. degrees, both of them were coursed at the Cinvestav - IPN. I did postdoctoral research stay at Tampere University, Finland where I worked on the (mathematical, and probabilistic) study of side-channel analysis applied to both existing and emerging cryptosystems.
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On the other hand, I am used to playing guitar and watching Anime (Japanese cartoons) in my free time; additionally, I am starting to playing the violin.
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