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MathCrypt 2019

(Santa Barbara, USA on Aug 18, 2019)

 Original research papers on mathematical aspects of cryptology are solicited for submission to MathCrypt 2019, the second international Workshop on Mathematical Cryptology. It will be held as an affiliated workshop of Crypto 2019 at MCC Theater. The important dates are as follows:

   + Submission: June 1st, 2019, 6:00 AM  June 5th, 23:59:00 UTC
   + Acceptance notification: July 1st, 2019
   + Final version due:  August 1st, 2019(will be published in our website)
   + Journal Version due:  September 1st, 2019(will be published in JMC)
   + Workshop presentations:  August 18th , 2019

 

We expect to accept submissions in twocategories: full papersand poster presentations. Full papers will be presented as talks at the workshop, while posters will be included in a poster session.  Accepted full papers will be published in the proceedings as a Special Issue of the Journal of Mathematical Cryptology.

 

Instructions for Authors:

 

For full papers, please follow the guidelines of Journal of Mathematical Cryptology: submissions must begin with an abstract of less than 150 words. The abstract must be followed by an appropriate classification according to the MSC 2010 (Mathematics Subject Classification) and a list of 3-6 keywords. The short title for the running head should contain at most 80 characters, spaces inclusive. Authors are asked to follow a few basic guidelines while formatting their paper for publication, in order for the journal to be as homogeneous in appearance as possible. Please download the LaTeX class file and the respective sample file including the instructions for formattinghere

Submissions must be submitted electronically in the PDF format, and the submission procedure and the submission link will be announced on the conference website. All submissions will be blind-refereed and submissions must be anonymous, with no author names, affiliations, or obvious references. Full papers are limited to 12 pages, excluding references and appendices if any. A poster presentation is expected to consist of 1-2 pages. (Longer papers do not mean better papers, so we recommend that authors choose the proper length for their submission depending on the topic and content.

 

Program:

 

 

09:15-10:30

MCC Theater

Technical Talks (3)

 

Trade-off between classical and quantum circuit size of the attack against CSIDH

Jean-Francois Biasse (University of South Florida); Xavier Bonnetain (INRIA Paris); Benjamin Pring (University of South Florida); Andre Schrottenloher (INRIA Paris); William Youmans (University of South Florida);

 

Towards Isogeny-Based Password-Authenticated Key Establishment

Oleg Taraskin (Waves Platform); Vladimir Soukharev (Infosec Global); David Jao (University of Waterloo Department of Combinatorics and Optimization, Evolution Q); Jason LeGrow (University of Waterloo Department of Combinatorics and Optimization, Institute for Quantum Computing);

 

Algebraic approaches for solving isogeny problems of prime power degrees

Yasushi Takahashi (Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd.); Momonari Kudo (Kobe City College of Technology); Yasuhiko Ikematsu, Masaya Yasuda (Kyushu University); Kazuhiro Yokoyama (Rikkyo University);

 

10:30-11:00

Break

 

11:00-12:40

MCC Theater

Technical Talks (4)

 

Discretisation and Product Distributions in Ring-LWE

Sean Murphy, Rachel Player (Royal Holloway, University of London);

 

Approximate Voronoi cells for lattices, revisited

Thijs Laarhoven (Eindhoven University of Technology);

 

(In)Security of Ring-LWE Under Partial Key Exposure

Dana Dachman-Soled, Huijing Gong, Mukul Kulkarni, Aria Shahverdi (University of Maryland, College Park);

 

Towards a Ring Analogue of the Leftover Hash Lemma

Dana Dachman-Soled, Huijing Gong, Mukul Kulkarni, Aria Shahverdi (University of Maryland, College Park);

 

12:40-14:00

Lunch

14:00-15:30

Poster Session + Discussion

15:30-16:00

Break

 

16:00-17:40

MCC Theater

Technical Talks (4)

 

The Eleventh Power Residue Symbol

Marc Joye (OneSpan); Oleksandra Lapiha, Ky Nguyen (ENS)

 

Factoring with hints

Francesco Sica (Nazarbayev University);

 

One Bit is All It Takes: A Devastating Timing Attack on BLISS's Non-Constant Time Sign Flips

Mehdi Tibouchi, Alexandre Wallet (NTT Corporation);

 

A framework for reducing the overhead of the quantum oracle for use with Grover’s algorithm with applications to cryptanalysis of SIKE

Benjamin I. Pring, Jean-Francois Biasse (University of South Florida);

 

17:40-18:10

PC meeting

 

Conference Organizers / PC chairs:

 

Jung Hee Cheon (SNU, Korea), Kristin Lauter and Yongsoo Song (Microsoft Research, USA),

Contact via mathcrypt19@gmail.com

 

PC members:

 

Reza Azarderakhsh             Florida Atlantic Univ., and PQSecure Technologies, USA

Shi Bai                                 Florida Atlantic Univ., USA

Jean-François Biasse          Univ. of South Florida, USA

Hao Chen                            Microsoft Research, USA

Lily Chen                             NIST, USA

Chen-Mou Cheng                Osaka Univ., Japan

Ilaria Chillotti                        KU Leuven, Belgium

Anamaria Costache             Intel AI Research, USA

Jintai Ding                            Univ. of Cincinnati, USA

Yarkin Doroz                        Worcester Polytechnic Institute, USA

Luca De Feo                        Univ. of Paris-Saclay, France

Pierre-Alain Fouque            ENS de Paris, France

Nicolas Gama                      Inpher, Switzerland and Univ. of Paris Saclay, France

David Hyeon                        Seoul National Univ., Korea

David Jao                            Univ. of Waterloo and evolutionQ, Inc., Canada

Miran Kim                            UTHealth Science Center at Houston, USA

David Kohel                         Aix-Marseille University, France

Changmin Lee                     ENS de Lyon, France

Hyangsook Lee                   Ewha Univ., Korea

Dongdai Lin                         SKLOIS, Chinese Academy of Science, China

San Ling                              NTU, Singapore

Chloe Martindale                  Eindhoven Univ. of Techonology, Netherlands

Alfred Menezes                    Univ. of Waterloo, USA

Michele Mosca                     Univ. of Waterloo, USA

Christophe Petit                   Univ. of Birmingham, UK

Rachel Player                      Royal Holloway, Univ. of London, UK

Thomas Prest                      PQShield

Fang Song                          Texas A&M Univ., USA

Rainer Steinwandt               Florida Atlantic Univ., USA

Mehdi Tibouchi                    NTT, Japan

Frederik Vercauteren           KU Leuven, Belgium

Aaram Yun                           Ewha Univ., Korea

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