First Workshop

Starts at: 9:00 am


The ongoing developments of quantum computer by IBM, the quantum supremacy achieved by Google, the existence of quantum algorithm for factorization, and various other efforts in direction of realizing large-scale quantum computation resources collectively indicate an upcoming quantum threat for the state-of-art public key cryptography. Since around a decade various cryptographic primitives have been proposed to address this issue. This domain of post-quantum cryptography has now became one of the most crucial and attractive research areas in cryptography. This workshop aims to offer a platform to the participants looking forward for introduction and recent developments in post-quantum cryptography. This workshop is supported by ‘Research exploratory project’ at IRT SystemX and organized as a part of a collaborative project with the University of Luxembourg and Telecom Sud Paris.

This workshop is supported by ‘Research exploratory project’ at IRT SystemX and organized as a part of a collaborative project with the University of Luxembourg and Telecom Sud Paris.


Workshop Speakers


Melissa Rossi