Archives pour la catégorie YACC 2014

Selected talks 2014

Invited speakers

  • Jean-Claude BAJARD (Université Paris 6, France)
  • Daniel J. KATZ (California State University, Northridge, USA)
  • Ruud Pellikaan (Eindhoven University of Technology, the Netherlands)
  • Benjamin SMITH (Ecole Polytechnique, Paris, France)
  • Jean-Pierre TILLICH (INRIA, Rocquencourt, France)

Scientific Committee talks

  • Elena Andreeva (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium)
  • Fabien Laguillaumie (ENS Lyon and Université Lyon 1, France)

Accepted papers

  • Alexis Bonnecaze and Robert Rolland, Collecting Data while Preserving Individuals’ Privacy: A Case Study
  • Ilaria Cardinali and Luca Giuzzi, Polar Grassmann codes of orthogonal type
  • Serhii Dyshko, General isometries of codes
  • Yves Aubry and Annamaria Iezzi, On the maximal number of points on singular curves over finite fields
  • Kévin Atighehchi, Alexis Bonnecaze and Traian Muntean, Behavior-driven authenticated data structure
  • Dimitrios Poulakis, A New Lattice Attack on DSA Schemes
  • Franca Marinelli, Riccardo Aragona, Chiara Marcolla and Massimiliano Sala, Some security bounds for the DGHV scheme
  • Emanuele Bellini, Yet another algorithm to compute the nonlinearity of a Boolean function
  • Daniel Loebenberger and Michael Nüsken, A family of 6-to-4-bit S-boxes with large linear branch number
  • Pierre-Alain Fouque, Antoine Joux and Chrysanthi Mavromati, Multi-user collisions: Applications to Discrete Logarithm, Even-Mansour and Prince
  • François Rodier, Asymptotic nonlinearity of Boolean functions
  • Aysajan Abidin and Aikaterini Mitrokotsa, A Privacy-Preserving Biometric Authentication Protocol Revisited
  • Pietro Peterlongo, Claudia Tinnirello and Massimiliano Sala, Low-Weight Common Multiples of Binary Primitive Polynomials through Discrete Logarithms
  • Grigory Kabatyanskiy and Valery Lomakov, On Optimal Codes for Noisy Syndrome Decoding
  • Cécile Pierrot and Razvan Barbulescu, The Multiple Number Field Sieve for Medium and High Characteristic Finite Fields