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ECC 2019, Bochum, December 2-4

It has just been announced that ECC 2019 will be held in Bochum, Germany, on December 2-4, 2019. More details will eventually be available at https://eccworkshop.org/. — Steven Galbraith Advertisements

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PQCrypto 2019

PQCrypto 2019 was held at Ronghui Spa Hotel in Chongqing, China on May 8-10, 2019. Prior to the conference, two other PQC events (the PQC 2019 summer school on May 6th and the 4th Asia PQC Forum on May 7th) … Continue reading

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Recent work on pairing inversion

A few days ago (April 10, 2019) Takakazu Satoh posted on eprint the paper Miller Inversion is Easy for the Reduced Tate Pairing on Trace Zero Supersingular Curves on eprint. I was delighted to hear from Takakazu Satoh, as I … Continue reading

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AMS Sectional Meeting Special Session on The Mathematics of Cryptography

The American Mathematical Society Spring Central and Western Joint Sectional Meeting was held at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, in Honolulu during March 22-24, 2019. There was a Special Session on The Mathematics of Cryptography organised by Shahed Sharif … Continue reading

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Accepted papers to Eurocrypt, PQ Crypto and PKC 2019

The Eurocrypt 2019 program features a lot of interesting papers. There are two papers relevant to isogeny crypto: Daniel J. Bernstein, Tanja Lange, Chloe Martindale and Lorenz Panny. Quantum Circuits for the CSIDH: Optimizing Quantum Evaluation of Isogenies. Luca De … Continue reading

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Blog post on CSIDH and video of talk

Wouter Castryck has written a blog post to explain CSIDH: Post-quantum key exchange using isogeny-based group actions. You can watch the Habilitation thesis talk by Luca de Feo on Exploring isogeny graphs. — Steven Galbraith

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Asiacrypt 2018

Asiacrypt 2018 was held at QUT in Brisbane, Australia on December 2-6, 2018. It was wonderfully organised by Josef Pieprzyk. The three plenary invited speakers were: Mitsuru Matsui (Mitsubishi) “25 Years of linear cryptanalysis – Early History and Path Search … Continue reading

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