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Fourth PQC Standardization Conference


At this conference, we will discuss various aspects of the candidate algorithms and obtain valuable feedback for informing decisions on standardization. NIST will invite the submission teams for both the selected algorithms, as well as the algorithms advancing to the fourth round, to give an update on their algorithms.


Call for Papers

Benchmarking and Analysing NIST PQC Lattice-Based Signature Scheme Standards on the ARM Cortex M7
James Howe, Bas Wasterbaan

A New Key Recovery Side-Channel Attack on HQC with Chosen Ciphertext
Guillaume Goy, Antoine Loiseau, Philippe Gaborit

Constrained Radio Networks, Small Ciphertexts, Signatures, and Non-Interactive Key Exchange
John Preuß Mattsson, Göran Selander, Ben Smeets, Erik Thormarker

FALCON Down: Breaking FALCON Post-Quantum Signature Scheme through Side-Channel Attacks
Emre Karabulut, Aydin Aysu

A Subexponential Quantum Algorithm for the Semidirect Discrete Logarithm Problem
Christopher Battarbee, Delaram Kahrobaei, Ludovic Perret, Siamak F. Shahandashti

Quantum Augmented Dual Attack
Martin R. Albrecht, Yixin Shen

A Masked Pure-Hardware Implementation of Kyber Cryptographic Algorithm
Tendayi Kamucheka, Alexander Nelson, David Andrews, Miaoqing Huang

Practical Improvements on BKZ Algorithm
Ziyu Zhao, Jintai Ding

Mckeycutter: A High-throughput Key Generator of Classic McEliece on Hardware
Yihong Zhu, Wenping Zhu, Chen Chen, Min Zhu, Zhengdong Li, Shaojun Wei, Leibo Liu

Post-Quantum Protocols for Banking Applications (paper will be available closer to conference date)
Luk Bettale, Marco De Oliveira, Emmanuelle Dottax

Algebraic Relation of Three MinRank Algebraic Modelings
Hao Guo, Jintai Ding

SPHINCS+C: Compressing SPHINCS+ With (Almost) No Cost
Andreas Hülsing, Mikhail Kudinov, Eyal Ronen, Eylon Yogev

Probabilistic Hash-and-Sign with Retry in the Quantum Random Oracle Model
Haruhisa Kosuge, Keita Xagawa

Leveling Dilithium against Leakage Revisited Sensitivity Analysis and Improved Implementations
Melissa Azouaoui, Olivier Bronchain, Clément Hoffmann, Yulia Kuzovkova, Joost Renes, Tobias Schneider, Markus Schönauer, François-Xavier Standaert, Christine van Vredendaal

Towards Leakage-Resistant Post-Quantum CCA-Secure Public Key Encryption
Clément Hoffmann, Benoît Libert, Charles Momin, Thomas Peters, François-Xavier Standaert

Merkle Tree Ladder Mode: Reducing the Size Impact of NIST PQC Signature Algorithms in Practice
Andrew Fregly, Joseph Harvey, Burton S. Kaliski Jr., Swapneel Sheth

The Challenge of Side-Channel Countermeasures on Post-Quantum Crypto
Rina Zeitoun

An Efficient and Generic Construction for Signal’s Handshake (X3DH): Post-Quantum, State Leakage Secure, and Deniable
Keitaro Hashimoto, Shuichi Katsumata, Kris Kwiatkowski, Thomas Prest

Fast and Efficient Hardware Implementation of HQC
Sanjay Deshpande, Mamuri Nawan, Kashif Nawaz, Jakub Szefer, Chuanqi Xu

Optimization for SPHINCS+ using Intel® Secure Hash Algorithm Extensions
Thomas Hanson, Qian Wang, Santosh Ghosh, Fernando Virdia, Anne Reinders, Manoj R. Sastry

A Flexible Shared Hardware Accelerator for NIST-Recommended Algorithms CRYSTALS-Kyber and CRYSTALS-Dilithium with SCA Protection
Luke Beckwith, Abubakr Abdulgadir, Reza Azarderakhsh

Complete and Improved FPGA Implementation of Classic McEliece
Po-Jen Chen, Tung Chou, Sanjay Deshpande, Norman Lahr, Ruben Niederhagen, Jakub Szefer, Wen Wang

Fast Falcon Signature Generation and Verification Using ARMv8 NEON Instructions
Duc Tri Nguyen, Kris Gaj

FPGA Energy Consumption of Post-Quantum Cryptography (paper accepted, no presentation)
Luke Beckwith, Jens-Peter Kaps, Kris Gaj

High-Performance Hardware Implementation of Lattice-Based Digital Signatures
Luke Beckwith, Duc Tri Nguyen, Kris Gaj

Registration Info

There is a nominal registration fee of $35.00.


Event Details

Starts: November 29, 2022 - 10:00 AM EST
Ends: December 01, 2022 - 03:30 PM EST

Format: Virtual Type: Conference

Agenda Website

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



Parent Project

See: Post-Quantum Cryptography

Related Topics

Security and Privacy: post-quantum cryptography

Created June 22, 2022, Updated November 23, 2022