Confirmed Invited Speakers (@Room: 720)

invited talk1 (9:30 ~ 11:00 on Dec 13th)

  • Kazuo Sakiyama (The University of Electro-Communications, Japan), “Fault model and attack efficiency of physical attacks”
  • Christian Rechberger (Graz University of Technology, Austria), “A tale of 3 competitions: On cryptanalysis competitions for new use-cases of symmetric crypto”
  • Akinori Hosoyamada (NTT, Japan), “Towards a better understanding of (post-)quantum security of symmetric key schemes”

invited talk2 (11:30 ~ 12:30 on Dec 13th)

  • Fukang Liu (University of Hyogo, Japan), “Cryptanalysis of Reduced Gimli-Hash”
  • Thomas Peyrin (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore), “SHA-1: Beating a Dead Horse”

invited talk3 (9:30 ~ 11:00 on Dec 14th)

  • Orr Dunkelman (University of Haifa, Israel), “Cryptanalysis of Lightweight Block Ciphers: Theory Meets Dependencies”
  • Kazuhiko Minematsu (NEC, Japan), “Detection of data corruption via combinatorial group testing and beyond”
  • Rei Ueno (Tohoku University, Japan), “Hardware Implementation of Block Cipher: Case Study Using AES”

invited talk4 (11:30 ~ 12:30 on Dec 14th)

  • Subhadeep Banik (EPFL, Switzerland), “Cryptanalysis of Stream Ciphers with short internal states”
  • Siwei Sun (Chinese Academy of Sciences, China), “Correlation of Quadratic Boolean Functions: Cryptanalysis of All Versions of Full MORUS”

invited talk5 (9:00 ~ 11:00 on Dec 15th)

  • Carlos Cid (Royal Holloway, University of London, UK), “Domain Specific Ciphers”
  • Willi Meier (FHNW, Switzerland), “Cube Attacks on KECCAK Keyed Modes”
  • Zhenzhen Bao (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore), “Generic Attacks on Hash Combiners”
  • Yunwen Liu (National University of Defense Technology, China), “Rotational-XOR cryptanalysis on ARX and AND-RX ciphers”

invited talk6 (11:30 ~ 12:30 on Dec 15th)

  • Yusuke Naito (Mitsubishi Corporation, Japan), “Design of Optimally Indifferentiable-Secure Double-Block-Length Hashing”
  • Mustafa Khairallah (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore), “Lightweight TBC-Based Modes for Small Hardware Implementations”