# Samuel Bouaziz--Ermann

I am currently a PhD student since 2021 in the Almasty and QI teams of the LIP6, in Paris, supervised by Alex Grilo and Damien Vergnaud. My subjects of interest are cryptography, quantum information and complexity theory. More precisely, some topics that I like are the Quantum Random Oracle Model, minimal assumptions for quantum cryptography (PRSs and variants), black-box reductions and separations in the quantum setting.

You can find my CV here.

## Publications

### 2024

**Quantum Pseudorandomness Cannot Be Shrunk In a Black-Box Way**

Samuel Bouaziz--Ermann, Garazi Muguraza
`Preprint`

See on eprint

### 2023

**Towards the Impossibility of Quantum Public Key Encryption with Classical Keys from One-Way Functions**

Samuel Bouaziz--Ermann, Alex B. Grilo, Damien Vergnaud, Quoc-Huy Vu
`Communications in Cryptology`

See on eprint

**Quantum security of subset cover problems**

Samuel Bouaziz--Ermann, Alex B. Grilo, Damien Vergnaud
`ITC 2023`

See on eprint

## Teaching

#### 2023-2024

Modern Cryptography (TP M2);
Complexe (TD M1);
Discrete Mathematics (TP L2);
Advanced C (TP L2).
#### 2022-2023

Introduction to relational databases (TD L2);
Advanced quantum algorithms (TD M2);
Functionnal programming, Ocaml (TP L2).
#### 2021-2022

Functionnal programming, Ocaml (TP L2);
Programming elements, Python (TP L1).

# Contact

Mail address: samuel[dot]bouaziz-ermann[at]lip6[dot]fr

Also: samuel[dot]bouaziz[at]ens-rennes[dot]fr