Lightweight Crypto Day 2019
What: A day dedicated to Lightweight Cryptography
The day is dedicated to research in lightweight cryptography, with the
emphasis on symmetric-key cryptography targeting low-end devices. The day
will be composed of six lectures and a recent results session
for those interested in the topic.
If you want your own copy of our Poster, feel free to download and print (or distribute).
Past events are archived. See for example the 2018 version
or the 2014 version
When: Sunday, 31.3.19
Lightweight Crypto Day will take this year in Bar-Ilan University vicinty. It
is scheduled to take place one day before the ISO SC27 meeting taking place
in Tel Aviv.
Where: Beck Auditurium, Jewish studies building, Bar-Ilan, Israel
Location: Beck auditurium, the Rappaport faculty of Jewish studies building
(building 410). Map is available here.
Transportation information in Hebrew (including bus routes that can be used).
Registration to LWD 2019 is free of charge, and available
The list of confirmed speakers currently includes:
Program (updated 5th of March):
- Roberto Avanzi (ARM Ltd., Germany)
- Lily Chen (NIST, USA)
- Yuval Ishai (Technion, Israel)
- Lior Neumann (Technion, Israel)
- Thomas Peyrin (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
- Kan Yasuda (NTT Secure Platform Laboratories, Japan)
||Registration, Gathering & Coffee
||Welcome and Opening Remarks (Nathan Keller, Bar-Ilan University)
||Thomas Peyrin (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore): Tweakable Block Cipher Based Lightweight Cryptography (abstract Slides)
||Lior Neumann (Technion, Israel): Breaking the Bluetooth Pairing: Fixed Coordinate Invalid Curve Attack (abstract)
||Yuval Ishai (Technion, Israel): Exploring Crypto Dark Matter: New Simple PRF Candidates and Their Applications (abstract)
||Lunch Break (provided for registered participants)
||Roberto Avanzi (ARM Ltd., Germany): The Qarma Chakra (abstract Slides)
||Kan Yasuda (NTT Secure Platform Laboratories, Japan): ISO Lightweight Crypto Standard (abstract)
||Lily Chen (NIST, US): Update on NIST's Lightweight Crytpo Standardization (abstract)
||Recent Results (Rump) Session: 10-minute talks presenting NIST's candidates and up to 10-minute
talks presenting recent results.
Workshop attendees who require accommodations --- we are organzing a free shuttle
to the venue from the area of the ISO SC27 meeting. More information will be
made available later.
The day is organized by Nathan
Keller and Itai Dinur. The local organizer is Orr Dunkelman.