|Time:||Thursday, 4:00pm - 5:30pm|
|Email:||omkant [at] cs.stonybrook.edu|
The focus of this year's cryptography seminar will be
lattices in cryptography.
|1||2018-01-25||------ Course Structure ------|
|2||2018-02-01||Mathematical Background||Peikert's lecture 1||Anand Aiyer|
|3||2018-02-08||SVP, Gram-Schmidt, LLL||Peikert's lecture 2||Xiao Liang|
|4||2018-02-15||LLL, Coppersmith||Peikert's lecture 3||Xiao Liang|
|5||2018-02-22||Coppersmith, Cryptanalysis||Peikert's lecture 4||Rohit Chatterjee|
|6||2018-03-01||Cryptanalysis of Knapsack Cryptography||Peikert's lecture 5||Rohit Chatterjee|
|7||2018-03-08||Algorithms for SVP, CVP||Peikert's lecture 6||Allen Kim|
|8||2018-03-15||------ Spring Break ------|
|9||2018-03-22||General Discussion and Chap: 1--3||Peikert's Survey (Ch1-3)||Anand Aiyer|
|10||2018-03-29||Chapter 4: Modern Foundations (I)||Peikert's Survey (Ch4)||Anand Aiyer|
|11||2018-04-05||Chapter 4: Modern Foundations (II)||Peikert's Survey (Ch4)||Allen Kim|
|12||2018-04-12||Chapter 5: Essential Cryptographic Constructions (I)||Peikert's Survey (Ch5)||Xiao Liang|
|13||2018-04-19||Chapter 5: Essential Cryptographic Constructions (II)||Peikert's Survey (Ch5)||Xiao Liang|
|14||2018-04-26||Chapter 6: Advanced Constructions (I)||Peikert's Survey (Ch6)||Rohit Chatterjee|
|15||2018-05-03||Chapter 6: Advanced Constructions (II)||Peikert's Survey (Ch6)||Rohit Chatterjee|
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