QSMC Online Talk -
Migrating to the McEliece cryptosystem
This month's QSMC Online Talk features Daniel J. Bernstein, a renowned cryptographer. The algorithms designed by him are widely used in various applications and networks. He has also been involved in developing Post-Quantum cryptography, with digital signatures- SPHINCS+ selected by NIST to become a standard.In this event, he will introduce "How to migrate to the McEliece cryptosystem".
14:20~14:30 QSMC Introduction
14:30~15:30 Migrating to the McEliece cryptosystem - Daniel J. Bernstein
Daniel J. Bernstein is the designer of the “X25519” public-key system used for end-to-end encryption in most web connections, the “tinydns” software used by Facebook to publish server addresses, the “SipHash” hash function (co-designed with Jean-Philippe Aumasson) used by Python to protect against hash-flooding attacks, the “dnscache” software used by OpenDNS to handle address requests from 85 million Internet users, and the "NTRU Prime" system (with various co-designers) used by OpenSSH for the world's largest deployment of post-quantum encryption so far.
This event is conducted in English.
After the organizers verify your registration information, you will receive a "Registration Confirmation Email and Online Link" 2 days before the event.
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Date & Time
Wed, Oct 25, 2023
2:20 pm - 3:30 pm (UTC+8)