QSMC Online Talk -
Can PQC benefit from customized hardware?
QSMC invites Dr. Sujoy Sinha Roy from Graz University of Technology in Austria. He is renowned for his expertise in the secure and efficient implementation of cryptographic algorithms across both hardware and software platforms. Among his notable contributions in PQC area is the design of the SABER key encapsulation mechanism, which achieved recognition as one of the top four finalists in the NIST's Post Quantum Cryptography (PQC) standardization project.
15:30~15:35 QSMC Introduction
15:35~16:30 Can PQC benefit from customized hardware-
Dr. Sujoy Sinha Roy
Dr. Sujoy Sinha Roy is an assistant professor at TU Graz, Austria. His research has primarily focused on the field of post-quantum cryptography. Among his notable contributions in this area is the design of the SABER key encapsulation mechanism, which achieved recognition as one of the top four finalists in the NIST's Post Quantum Cryptography (PQC) standardization project. He has also proposed comprehensive implementations of PQC, encompassing hardware, software, embedded systems, and measures to protect against side-channel vulnerabilities. In addition to his work in post-quantum cryptography, Dr. Sinha Roy has devoted his research efforts to the development of hardware acceleration techniques for accelerating the speed of Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE).
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