Irene Márquez-Corbella is post-doctoral researcher of FSMP (Fondation Sciences Mathématiques de Paris) at Inria (France). Before she worked in the Inria Project-team GRACE (post-doctoral fellowship), the Coding and Cryptology group at the TUe and the UVa.
Research interests: Code-Based Cryptography, Coding Theory and Computer Algebra.
Nicolas Sendrier obtained a Ph.D. (1991) and an "Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches" (2002) from University Paris 6. He has been a research scientist at Inria since 1992 and a senior research scientist since 2003.
Research interests: design and analysis of code-based cryptographic primitives.
Matthieu Finiasz obtained his PhD from Inria in 2004. He then worked at EPFL before obtaining a research position at ENSTA-ParisTech. He is now a security expert at CryptoExperts (Paris).
Research interests: Code-Based Cryptography, and the various applications of Coding Theory to Cryptography (building blocks for symmetric cryptography, privacy protection...)