Ph.D. started in: 2018
Expected year of graduation: 2022
COINS consortium member: Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Supervised by: Kristian Gjøsteen
Research area: Cryptography
Project title: Quantum-Safe Cryptography for the Internet of Things
Project description: As integer-based cryptography are vulnerable to quantum computers, lattice based cryptography is a promising alternative. We require good cryptographic primitives to replace the ones potentially compromised ones we already have.
As for my project in particular, more and more devices are connected to a network. These devices have limited resources, so light-weight, specialized quantum-safe protocols are needed. Something like a modified Bluetooth protocols which is quantum safe.
- Diego F. Aranha, Carsten Baum, Kristian Gjøsteen, Tjerand Silde, Thor Tunge (2021). Lattice-Based Proof of Shuffle and Applications to Electronic Voting
- Norsk Kryptoseminar 2020, Kjeller, Norway, 2020
- COINS Finse winter school, Finse, Norway, 2019
- Summer school: “Euclidean lattices: theory and applications”, Kaliningrad, Russia, 2019