Presentations
Members of PQCRYPTO presented the project at some events  ranging from
scientific conferences to policy meetings.
For slides from PQCRYPTO's 1day workshop on 28 June, please see the separate
workshop page.
Presentations of PQCRYPTO
General presentations of postquantum cryptography
Focused presentations of scientific results

From
5pass MQbased identification to MQbased signatures.
Presentation given by Joost Rijneveld at the
DS lunch colloquium
on 18 November 2016.

Instruction Scheduling and Register Allocation on ARM CortexM.
Presentation given by Ko Stoffelen at SPEEDB on 20 October 2016.
 PostQuantum Key Exchange for the Internet. Presentation given by
Joppe W. Bos at Kayaks & Dreadnoughts in a sea of crypto on September 16, 2016

NTRU Prime.
Presentation given by Christine van
Vredendaal at
CWG Utrecht
on September 16, 2016.
 On error distributions in ringbased LWE.
Presentation given by Ilia Iliashenko at
ANTS XII on 29 August 2016.

Reduced Memory MeetintheMiddle Attack against the NTRU Private Key.
Presentation given by Christine van
Vredendaal at
ANTS 2016
on August 29, 2016, 2016.

Reduced Memory MeetintheMiddle Attack against the NTRU Private Key.
Presentation given by Christine van
Vredendaal at
Lorentz Center Mathematical Structures for Cryptography Workshop on August
25, 2016.
 NTRU Prime. Presentation given by Tanja Lange at
Mathematical Structures for Cryptography on 25 August 2016.

Elliptic Curve Isogeny Based Cryptosystems.
Presentation given by Frederik Vercauteren
at
Mathematical Structures for Cryptography on 23 August 2016.

Flush,
Gauss, and Reload  A CacheAttack on the BLISS LatticeBased Signature
Scheme.
Presentation given by Leon Groot
Bruinderink at
CHES 2016
on August 18, 2016.

Postquantum key exchange – a new hope.
Presentation given by Peter Schwabe at
the USENIX Security Symposium 2016
on 10 August 2016.

All the AES You Need on CortexM3 and M4. Presentation given by Ko Stoffelen at
SAC 2016 on 10 August 2016.
 Postquantum crypto and sidechannel attacks  getting ready for the real word presentation given by Tanja Lange at ArcticCrypt on 21 July 2016.
 Remarks on the error distributions in ringbased LWE.
Presentation given by Wouter Castryck at BSI Bonn on 11 July 2016

NTRU Prime.
Presentation given by Christine van
Vredendaal at
Darmstadt University Cryptography Seminar
on June 9, 2016.

NTRU Prime.
Presentation given by Christine van
Vredendaal at
Eindhoven Security Seminar
on May 31, 2016.
 XMSS Signatures presentation given
by Andreas Hülsing
at the Eurocrypt CFRG meeting on 12 May 2016.
 Provably weak instances of RingLWE revisited. Presentation given by Wouter Castryck at Eurocrypt 2016 on 09 May 2016.

Postquantum key exchange – a new hope
presentation given by Peter Schwabe at
the monthly lattice meeting at University of Lyon
on 14 April 2016.

Reduced Memory MeetintheMiddle Attack against the NTRU Private Key.
Presentation given by Christine van
Vredendaal at
Eindhoven Security Seminar
on April 11, 2016.
 Call for fast shortinput hash functions presentation given
by Andreas Hülsing
at the FSE rump session on 22 March 2016.
 Optimizing Sbox Implementations for Several Criteria using SAT Solvers.
Presentation given by Ko Stoffelen at
FSE 2016 on 21 March 2016.
 Mitigating MultiTarget Attacks in Hashbased Signatures. Presentation given by Andreas Hülsing at PKC 2016 on 07 March 2016.

ARMed SPHINCS: Computing a 41 KB signature in 16 KB of RAM
presentation given by Joost Rijneveld at
PKC 2016 on 07 March 2016.

QcBits: constanttime smallkey codebased cryptography
presentation given by Tung Chou at the
Hot Topics session of PQCrypto 2016 on 26 February 2016

Breaking the Fukuoka MQ Challenges
presentation given by Ruben Niederhagen at the
Hot Topics session of PQCrypto 2016 on 26 February 2016

NTRU Prime: Security and Performance Analysis.
Presentation given by Christine van
Vredendaal at
PQCrypto 2016
on February 26, 2016.

NTRU Prime: Security and Performance Analysis
presentation given by Chitchanok Chuengsatiansup and Christine van Vreedendaal at the
Hot Topics session of PQCrypto 2016 on 26 February 2016
 Extension Field Cancellation: a
New Central Trapdoor for Multivariate Quadratic Systems
presentation given by Alan Szepieniec at
PQCrypto 2016 on 25 February 2016
 The postquantum Internet
presentation given by Daniel J. Bernstein at
PQCrypto 2016
on 24 February 2016.
 Hashbased
signatures@CFRG. Presentation given by Andreas Hülsing
atECC Brainpool work
meeting on 11 February 2016.
 Mitigating
MultiTarget Attacks in Hashbased Signatures. Presentation
given by Andreas Hülsing atIAIK, TU Graz on 21
January 2016.
 Recent
Developments in Quantum Safe Crypto: Hashbased Signatures.
Presentation given by Andreas Hülsing at 3rd
ETSI/IQC Workshop on QuantumSafe Cryptography on 06 October
2015.
 An
update on hashbased signatures. Presentation given by
Andreas Hülsing at Dagstuhl
Workshop on Quantum Cryptanalysis on 10 September 2015.
 An
update on hashbased signatures. Presentation given by
Andreas Hülsing at IQC,
University Waterloo on 26 August 2015.

Computational algebraic number theory tackles latticebased cryptography
presentation given by Daniel J. Bernstein at
Mathematics of Lattices and Cybersecurity on 22 April 2015.
Excerpt
also given as presentation at
Minisymposium on Coding Theory and Cryptography at
SIAM Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry 2015
on 6 August 2015.

Trapdoor simulation of quantum algorithms
presentation given by Daniel J. Bernstein at
NIST Workshop on Cybersecurity in a PostQuantum World on 3 April 2015.

SPHINCS: practical stateless hashbased signatures
presentation given by Daniel J. Bernstein at
NIST Workshop on Cybersecurity in a PostQuantum World on 2 April 2015.
Presentations at (summer) schools
Last modified: 2016.11.22
