Public-Key Encryption I

  • Wednesday, February 29, 2012 | 8:00 AM – 9:10 AM | Room: Room 300

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Public key encryption, being one of the cornerstones of modern cryptography, is a very active research topic with continuous need for improvements in terms of efficiency and security. In this session, advances in public-key encryption are presented.

Topic 1: Reducing the Key Size of Rainbow using Non-Commutative Rings
Topic 2: A Duality in Space Usage between Left-to-Right and Right-to-Left Exponentiation
Topic 3: Optimal Eta Pairing on Supersingular Genus-2 Binary Hyperelliptic Curves


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