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Rochester 2018



Post quantum elliptic and hyperelliptic curve cryptography on embedded systems

May 18-20, 2018
Oakland University,  Rochester, MI



Tony ShaskaOrganizer:
Tony Shaska,
Department of Mathematics and Statistics
Oakland University
146 Library Drive546 Mathematics Science Center
Rochester MI 48309-4479
Email: shaska@oakland.edu



Program Committee
Motivation

The prospect of quantum computers is a threat against the security of currently used public key cryptographic algorithms. Public key cryptosystems including RSA and ECC/HCC will be broken by quantum algorithms. Although large-scale quantum computers do not yet exist, the goal of current research is to develop quantum-resistant cryptosystems.

This conference will explore elliptic curve crypto and post-quantum schemes (SIDH), quantum security of current elliptic curve schemes (DLP), NTRU cryptosystems. In particular we are interested in isogenies-based cryptography. This conference will provide preliminary results on developing fast algorithms and architectures for post-quantum cryptographic computations suitable for emerging embedded systems.

Speakers (unconfirmed)

  • Azarderakhsh, R., Florida Atlantic University
  • Beshaj, L., The West Point Military Academy
  • Biasse, J., University of South Florida
  • Bocharov, A. Microsoft Redmond
  • Costello, C., Microsoft 
  • Elezi, A. American University
  • Hoffstein, J., Brown
  • Iezzi, A., University of South Florida
  • Jao, D., University of Waterloo
  • Kermani, M. M., University of South Florida
  • Lauter, K., Microsoft
  • Longa, P., Microsoft 
  • Mosca, M., University of Waterloo
  • Naehrig, M., Microsoft 
  • Peikert, C., University of Michigan
  • Roetteler, M., Microsoft Redmond
  • Silverberg, A., UC Irvine
  • Silverman, J., Brown
  • Steinwandt, R., Florida Atlantic University
  • Svore, K., Microsoft Redmond
Registration 
  • There will be a $250 registration fee for all the participants.  We have applied for funding to NSA, Oakland University, and other sources.  If such proposals are funded we will waive the registration fee for graduate students, unemployed mathematicians, and if possible for everybody else. 
  • For those who are interested to speak or participate at the conference and want to secure a spot, please fill this form.  
Deadlines
  • Registration: April 15, 2018
  • Applying for financial support, March 15, 2018
Proceedings

There will be proceedings of the conference. The venue of publication will be announced in due time. 

Activities

Sponsorships

We are looking for sponsorships from the local companies. We offer the following levels of sponsorships:
  • Companies contributing $1000 will have their logo displayed on our website and on the posters of the conference, which will be sent to over 200 institutions, it is advertised at the American Mathematical Society website, and listed monthly at the Notices of the AMS. 
  • Companies contributing $2000 in addition will have the registration fee waived for up to 3 of their staff and a free copy of the volume proceedings.
  • Companies contributing $5000 in addition to the above will have a booth available for the duration of the conference, where they can display their products or distribute recruiting materials. 
All payments will be made directly to the Department of Mathematics and Statistics at Oakland University. For details or other levels of sponsorship, please feel free to contact us. 

Funding






We have asked for support from the following :


Oakland University
Research Office


National Security Agency



If you want to be our next sponsor, please contact us at: 
shaska@oakland.edu