Lattice-based approaches are emerging as a common theme in modern cryptography and coding theory. In communications, they are an indispensable mathematical tool to construct powerful error-correction codes achieving the capacity of wireless channels. In cryptography, they are used to building lattice-based schemes with provable security, better asymptotic efficiency, resilience against quantum attacks and new functionalities such as fully homomorphic encryption.
We are setting up meetings on lattices in cryptography and coding in the London area. 1 These meetings are inspired by similar meetings held in Lyon 2 and are aimed at connecting the two communities in the UK with a common interest in lattices, with a long-term goal of building a synergy of the two fields.
The meetings will consist of several talks on related topics, with a format that will hopefully encourage interaction (e.g. longer than usual time slots).
For details (as they become available) see website.
11:00 – 12:30: Achieving Channel Capacity with Lattice Codes Cong Ling
13:30 – 15:00: Post-Quantum Cryptography Nigel Smart
15:00 – 16:30: Lattice Coding with Applications to Compute-and-Forward Alister Burr
16:30 – 18:00: A Subfield Lattice Attack on Overstretched NTRU Assumptions Martin Albrecht
(Dennis Gabor Seminar Room)
Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering
Imperial College London
South Kensington London
Everyone is welcome. Two caveats:
- Speakers are told the audience is somewhat familiar with lattices.
- Please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org, so that the size of the room fits with the number of participants.
Our definition of London includes Egham, where Royal Holloway’s main campus is located.