It's called PROcrastination
because it's not for amateurs.
It takes practice and expertise to perfect.
Who am I?
I'm a PhD student in the SEN research group of the COMELEC department at the LTCI lab of the CNRS and Telecom ParisTech. My advisors are Sylvain Guilley and Jean-Luc Danger. I'm working on formal software methods against side-channel and fault injection attacks.
Fields in computer science that interest me are information security, programming languages, logic, and to a lesser extent, operating systems and networks.
I value hacker ethic very highly. I'm a strong supporter of free software and free culture ("free" as in "freedom"). This is why I'm a member of the Free Software Foundation and the April. My personal computer runs Debian GNU/Linux as its operating system.
I also value hip hop culture a lot. I love words, language, figures of speech, and constrained writing. I listen to a lot of French rap because I believe that many of the best poets and language technicians call themselves MCs nowadays. I also enjoy writing under the freedom of chosen constraints.
My favorite books are Do It! by Jerry Rubin, The Hacker Crackdown by Bruce Sterling, The Cuckoo's Egg by Cliff Stole, The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy trilogy of five books by Douglas Adams, the Le Génie des Alpages comics series by F'murr, the Blaise, le poussin masqué child book series by Claude Ponti. It's not related but I also watch a lot of TV shows.
I love absurd stuff, so much that I co-founded the club Inutile with Antoine Amarilli. It is an organisation dedicated to "the study, promotion and implementation of non-trivial forms of action that achieve no results" (see the rules of the Club, in French).
You can contact me by email at "r at uzy.me" (personal) or "rauzy at enst.fr" (work). Here is my GPG public key: BB8B1D02C40CAFC852D2. You can also contact me by instant messaging using XMPP (Jabber) at "p4bl0 at member.fsf.org" (for possibly encrypted conversations via text, audio, and/or video). You can even send me paper emails at home using the following non RFC 3696 compliant address: "Pablo Rauzy, 34 rue Maurice Arnoux, 92120 Montrouge, France", if you are this kind of hipster. My lab's address is "37-39 rue Dareau, 75014 Paris, France", there I am in office DB501, and on my desk sits a phone which rings when someone calls +33145818143. Oh, and this is what I look like.
Shining sun for the smile
Some music for the vibe
Loads of love for my tribe
A hammock for lifestyle