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Second PQC Standardization Conference

The NIST Post-Quantum Cryptography Standardization Process has entered the next phase, in which 26 second-round candidates are being considered for standardization. NIST plans to hold a second NIST PQC Standardization Conference in August 2019 to discuss various aspects of these candidates, and to obtain valuable feedback for the selection of the finalists. NIST will invite each submission team of the 26 second-round candidates to give a short update on their algorithm. 

The conference was held at the University of California, Santa Barbara and co-located with Crypto 2019.

Conference Inquiries:  pqc2019@nist.gov
Call for Papers

A Hardware Evaluation Study of NIST Post-Quantum Cryptographic Signature schemes
Deepraj Soni, Kanad Basu, Mohammed Nabeel, Ramesh Karri

A Lightweight Implementation of NTRUEncrypt for 8-bit AVR Microcontrollers
Hao Cheng, Johann Großschädl, Peter B. Rønne, Peter Y. A. Ryan

Approximate Trapdoors for Lattices and Smaller Hash-and-Sign Signatures
Yilei Chen, Nicholas Genise, Pratyay Mukherjee

Comparing proofs of security for lattice-based encryption
Daniel J. Bernstein

New Attacks on Lifted Unbalanced Oil Vinegar
Jintai Ding, Kurt Schmidt, Zheng Zhang, Joshua Deaton, FNU Vishakha

Energy Consumption of Round 2 Submissions for NIST PQC Standards
Crystal Roma, Chin-En Amy Tai, M. Anwar Hasan

Feasibility and Performance of PQC Algorithms on Microcontrollers
Brian Hession, Jens-Peter Kaps

Implementing and Benchmarking Seven Round 2 Lattice-Based Key Encapsulation Mechanisms Using a Software/Hardware Codesign Approach
Farnoud Farahmand, Viet Ba Dang, Michal Andrzejczak, Kris Gaj

Measuring TLS key exchange with post-quantum KEM
Krzysztof Kwiatkowski, Nick Sullivan, Adam Langley, Dave Levin, Alan Mislove

On the non-tightness of measurement-based reductions for key encapsulation mechanism in the quantum random oracle model
Haodong Jiang, Zhenfeng Zhang, Zhi Ma

Optimised Lattice-Based Key Encapsulation in Hardware
James Howe, Marco Martinoli, Elisabeth Oswald, Francesco Regazzoni

pqm4: Testing and Benchmarking NIST PQC on ARM Cortex-M4
Matthias J. Kannwischer, Joost Rijneveld, Peter Schwabe, Ko Stoffelen

Prototyping post-quantum and hybrid key exchange and authentication in TLS and SSH
Eric Crockett, Christian Paquin, Douglas Stebila

Sharing the LUOV: Threshold Post-Quantum Signatures
Daniele Cozzo, Nigel P. Smart

Simple, Fast and Constant-Time Gaussian Sampling over the Integers for Falcon
Thomas Prest, Thomas Ricosset, Mélissa Rossi

Tighter proofs of CCA security in the quantum random oracle model
Nina Bindel, Mike Hamburg, Andreas Hülsing, Edoardo Persichetti

Visualizing size-security tradeoffs for lattice-based encryption
Daniel J. Bernstein

 

Accepted, but will be presented with Round 2 Algorithm Update:

Constant-time algorithms for ROLLO
Carlos Aguilar-Melchior, Emanuele Bellini, Florian Caullery, Rusydi Makarim, Marc Manzano, Chiara Marcolla, Victor Mateu

Efficient generation of the public parameter A in unstructured lattice-based schemes
Hayo Baan, Sauvik Bhattacharya, Oscar Garcia-Morchon, Ludo Tolhuizen

Exploring NIST LWC/PQC Synergy with R5Sneik:  How SNEIK 1.1 Algorithms were Designed to Support Round5
Markku-Juhani O. Saarinen

Implementation of an FPGA coprocessor for Picnic
Daniel Kales, Sebastian Ramacher, Christian Rechberger, Roman Walch, Mario Werner

PQDH: A Quantum-Safe Replacement for Diffie-Hellman based on SIDH
Vladimir Soukharev, Basil Hess

SIKE Round 2 Speed Record on Embedded Processors
Hwajeong Seo, Amir Jalali, Reza Azarderakhsh

 
Round 2 candidates that were unable to present at August 2019 conference

NTS-KEM

Author requested that his slides not be published

On non-tightness of security reductions for key encapsulation mechanism in the quantum random oracle model
Haodong Jiang

Selected Presentations
August 22, 2019 Type
2:00 PM - The 2nd Round of the NIST PQC Standardization Process-Opening Remarks at PQC 2019
Dustin Moody

Opening Remarks
2:30 PM - Measuring TLS key exchange with post-quantum KEM
Nick Sullivan

Presentation
2:50 PM - Prototyping post-quantum and hybrid key exchange and authentication in TLS and SSH
Douglas Stebila

Presentation
3:10 PM - Implementing and Benchmarking Seven Round 2 Lattice-Based Key Encapsulation Mechanisms Using Software/Hardware Codesign Approach
Kris Gaj

Presentation
4:00 PM - Industry Panel Discussion - Second PQC Standardization Conference
John Kelsey

Matt Campagna

Scott Fluhrer

Brian LaMacchia

Raj Nagaratnam

Nick Sullivan

Presentation
August 23, 2019 Type
8:30 AM - CRYSTALS-Dilithium Round 2
Vadim Lyubashevsky

Presentation
8:45 AM - Lattice-based digital signature scheme qTESLA
Patrick Longa

Presentation
9:00 AM - Falcon - An Update
Thomas Prest

Presentation
9:15 AM - The Picnic Digital Signature Algorithm
Greg Zaverucha

Presentation
9:30 AM - SPHINCS+ Round 2 Presentation
Andreas Hülsing

Presentation
10:15 AM - Approximate Trapdoors for Lattices and Smaller Hash-and-Sign Signatures
Yilei Chen

Presentation
10:35 AM - Simple, Fast and Constant-Time Gaussian Sampling over the Integers for Falcon
Melissa Rossi

Presentation
10:55 AM - Sharing the LUOV: Threshold Post-Quantum Signatures
Daniele Cozzo

Presentation
11:15 AM - New Attacks on Lifted Unbalanced Oil Vinegar
Jintai Ding

Presentation
11:35 AM - Visualizing size-security tradeoffs for lattice-based encryption
Daniel Bernstein

Presentation
1:15 PM - LUOV Round 2 Presentation
Ward Beullens

Presentation
1:30 PM - Rainbow Round 2 Presentation
Jintai Ding

Presentation
1:45 PM - GeMSS Round 2 Presentation
Ludovic Perret

Presentation
2:00 PM - MQDSS Round 2 Presentation
Andreas Hülsing

Presentation
2:45 PM - Comparing proofs of security for lattice-based encryption
Daniel J. Bernstein

Presentation
3:05 PM - Tighter proofs of CCA security in the quantum random oracle model
Mike Hamburg

Presentation
3:45 PM - FrodoKEM Round 2 Presentation
Chris Peikert

Presentation
4:00 PM - CRYSTALS-Kyber Round 2 Presentation
Peter Schwabe

Presentation
4:15 PM - SABER: Module-LWR based KEM
Jan-Pieter D'Anvers

Presentation
4:30 PM - SIKE: Supersingular Isogeny Key Encapsulation
David Jao

Presentation
August 24, 2019 Type
8:30 AM - Classic McEliece: conservative code-based cryptography
Edoardo Persichetti

Presentation
8:45 AM - BIKE - Bit-Flipping Key Encapsulation
Rafael Misoczki

Presentation
9:00 AM - HQC: Hamming Quasi-Cyclic - An IND-CCA2 Code-based Public Key Encryption Scheme
Phillippe Gaborit

Presentation
9:15 AM - ROLLO - Rank-Ouroboros, LAKE & LOCKER
Phillippe Gaborit

Presentation
9:30 AM - RQC, an IND-CCA2 PKE based on Rank Metric
Loic Bidoux

Presentation
9:45 AM - LEDAcrypt
Alessandro Barenghi

Presentation
10:30 AM - A Lightweight Implementation of NTRUEncrypt for 8-bit AVR Microcontrollers
Johann Großschädl

Presentation
10:50 AM - Optimised Lattice-Based Key Encapsulation in Hardware
James Howe

Presentation
11:10 AM - Feasibility and Performance of PQC Algorithms on Microcontrollers
Jens-Peter Kaps

Presentation
11:30 AM - Energy Consumption of Round 2 Submissions for NIST PQC Standards
Crystal Roma

Presentation
11:50 AM - A Hardware Evaluation Study of NIST Post-Quantum Cryptographic Signature schemes
Deepraj Soni

Presentation
12:10 PM - pqm4: Testing and Benchmarking NIST PQC on ARM Cortex-M4
Matthias Kannwischer

Presentation
1:45 PM - NTRU Round 2 Presentation
John Schanck

Presentation
2:00 PM - NTRUPrime Round 2 Presentation
Daniel J. Bernstein

Presentation
2:15 PM - Three Bears Round 2 Presentation
Mike Hamburg

Presentation
2:30 PM - LAC Round 2 Presentation
Zhenfei Zhang

Presentation
2:45 PM - New Hope Round 2 Presentation
Thomas Poeppelmann

Presentation
3:00 PM - ROUND5-Update and Future Directions
Markku-Juhani Saarinen

Oscar Garcia-Morchon

Presentation
3:15 PM - NIST PQC Standards - Next Steps
Yi-Kai Liu

Closing Remarks

Event Details

Starts: August 22, 2019 - 02:00 PM
Ends: August 25, 2019 - 04:00 PM

 

Format: In-person Type: Conference

Agenda

Attendance Type: Open to public
Audience Type: Industry,Government,Academia,Other


Location

University of California, Santa Barbara
Corwin Pavilion 
  co-located with Crypto 2019

Topics

Security and Privacy: post-quantum cryptography,

Created March 12, 2019, Updated September 04, 2019