CRYPTO and ANTS accepted papers

The list of accepted papers for ANTS 2014 is online. The conference contains several papers of interest to researchers in ECC:

  • Simon R. Blackburn and Sam Scott “The discrete logarithm problem for exponents of bounded height”. This paper gives a nice result relevant for the EMV Key Establishment Protocol.
  • Qi Cheng, Daqing Wan and Jincheng “Zhuang Traps to the BGJT-Algorithm for Discrete Logarithms”. This paper is about DLP in finite fields of small characteristic.
  • Razvan Barbulescu and Cecile Pierrot “The Multiple Number Field Sieve for Medium and High Characteristic Finite Fields”. This is also about finite field DLP.
  • Daniel J. Bernstein and Tanja Lange “Hyper-and-elliptic-curve cryptography”. This is about efficient cryptosystems that use both elliptic and hyperelliptic curves to represent the same group.
  • There are also three papers about ideals in quaternion algebras and supersingular elliptic curves.

Similarly, the (partial) list of accepted papers to CRYPTO 2014 is up. The program is very large: 55 papers or more. The conference includes:

  • Robert Granger, Thorsten Kleinjung and Jens Zumbragel “Breaking `128-bit Secure’ Supersingular Binary Curves (or how to solve discrete logarithms in GF( 2^{4*1223} ) and GF( 2^{12*367} )”.
  • Masayuki Abe, Jens Groth, Miyako Ohkubo and Mehdi Tibouchi “Structure-Preserving Signatures from Type II Pairings”.
  • Eli Ben-Sasson, Alessandro Chiesa, Eran Tromer and Madars Virza “Scalable Zero Knowledge via Cycles of Elliptic Curves”.
  • Gottfried Herold, Julia Hesse, Dennis Hofheinz, Carla Rafols Salvador and Andy Rupp “Polynomial Spaces: A New Framework for Composite-to-Prime-Order Transformations”.
  • As well, there are interesting papers about Multi-linear maps, Lattices, Indistinguishability Obfuscation, etc.

— Steven Galbraith

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