Sorina Ionica

Laboratoire MIS, Universite de Picardie
33 Rue St-Leu, 80039 Amiens Cedex 1, France
Email : sorina.ionica @ (best way to reach me, wherever I am)

I am an associate professor at the University of Picardie Jules Verne and a member of the GOC group. Formerly I was a post-doc in the INRIA LFANT group and a visiting researcher with Microsoft Research in Redmond. I am a former PhD student of Antoine Joux.

I work in the area of algorithmic number theory and its applications to cryptography. My research is mainly focused on:


To get a picture of what I am working on, here is a list of my current projects:

  • Publications

  • Selected talks

  • Software

  • ScalarMult is a C++ implementation of scalar multiplication on several families of elliptic curves and genus 2 Jacobians.

  • CMGenus3 is written mainly in Sage. It implements an algorithm for constructing genus 3 hyperelliptic Jacobians with CM. See also our paper "Constructing genus 3 Jacobians with CM".


  • Architecture des systèmes d'information répartis

  • Architecture des systèmes mobiles


    I have served/will serve on the following program committees: SAC 2013, Pairing 2013, LATINCRYPT 2014, LATINCRYPT 2015, Crypto 2016, ProvSec 2016, Crypto 2017, Africacrypt 2018

    Between 2001 and 2003, I was un undergraduate student of SNSB.

    Last update : January 1st 2018