1-day workshop on June 28, 2016

Utrecht, the Netherlands

The event takes place at the Vergaderruimte Utrecht which is in the historic center of Utrecht, in walking distance of the train station. The program will start at 9:30 and the last talk will end at 16:00.

The workshop doubles as a meeting with PQCRYPTO's advisory board meeting and the board will have a short meeting after. Other participants will be asked to leave the room for that part.

Registration is free of charge but mandatory. There are a limited number of seats available. Registration is now closed. Registration includes coffee breaks and lunch. Please make sure to include dietary requirements (if any) in the comments field.

  • Daniel J. Bernstein, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
  • Tung Chou, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
  • Orr Dunkelman, University of Haifa
  • Shay Gueron, University of Haifa
  • Tanja Lange, Technische Universiteit Eindhoven
  • Christian Rechberger, Danmarks Tekniske Universitet and Graz University of Technology
  • Oscar Reparaz, KU Leuven
  • Nicolas Sendrier, INRIA
  • Bo-Yin Yang, Academia Sinica
09:30Tanja Lange
PQCRYPTO overview (slides) (video)
09:50 Bo-Yin Yang
New developments on multivariates (video)
10:00 Tung Chou
QcBits: constant-time small-key code-based cryptography (slides) (video)
10:30 coffee break
11:00 Oscar Reparaz
SCA countermeasures for lattices (slides) (video)
11:30 Shay Gueron
Optimizing Post-Quantum Cryptographic Algorithms for Modern and Future Processor Architectures (slides) (video)
12:00 lunch
13:30 Daniel J. Bernstein
The post-quantum Internet (slides) (video)
14:00 Orr Dunkelman
Cryptanalysis of GOST2 - Can Updated Key Schedule Solve all of GOST's Problems? (slides) (video)
14:30 coffee
15:00 Christian Rechberger
Haraka - Efficient Short-Input Hashing for Post-Quantum Applications (slides) (video)
15:30 Nicolas Sendrier
Stern-based NIZK digital signatures (slides) (video)
16:00 End of public part; committee meets.

Last modified: 2016.11.21