FSE 2016 rump session

The FSE 2016 rump session took place Tuesday 22 March 2016. Daniel J. Bernstein and Tanja Lange served as chairs. Gregor Leander served as Time Limit Enforcer.

FSE 2016 rump session, Tuesday 22 March 2016
16:40Anne CanteautAnne CanteautFSE - The Present and the Futureslides
16:42Thomas PeyrinThomas PeyrinThanks and Best Paper Awardslides
16:49Alex Biryukov, Daniel Dinu, Johann Großschädl, Dmitry Khovratovich, Yann Le Corre, Léo PerrinLéo PerrinThe ACRYPT Project: Results of the Second Round of the Triathlonslides
16:52Christof Beierle and Jérémy Jean and Gregor Leander and Amir Moradi and Thomas Peyrin and Yu Sasaki and Pascal Sasdrich and Siang Meng SimThomas PeyrinYALBCslides
16:57Andrey Bogdanov and Atilla ElçiAndrey BogdanovLightSec 2016slides
16:59Andreas HülsingAndreas HülsingCall for fast short-input hash functionsslides
17:03Stefan Kölbl and Martin M. Lauridsen and Florian Mendel and Christian RechbergerStefan KölblHaraka - Efficient Short-Input Hashing for Post-Quantum Applicationsslides
17:07Jeremy JeanJeremy JeanTikZ for Cryptographersslides
17:10Guy Barwell, Dan Page and Martijn StamGuy BarwellSAE: Subtle (and Subtitled) Authenticated Encryptionslides
17:15Tetsu Iwata, Shiho Moriai, and Yu SasakiTetsu IwataDIAC 2016 and ASK 2016slides
17:18Christian RechbergerChristian RechbergerThe FHEMPCZK-Cipher Zooslides
17:22Sébastien Duval and Virginie Lallemand and Yann RotellaVirginie LallemandCryptanalysis of the FLIP Family of Stream Ciphersslides
17:27Tetsu Iwata & Shiho MoriaiShiho MoriaiFSE 2017 in Tokyoslides

Call for submissions (archived)

Do you have breaking news, progress reports, or other topics of interest to the FSE 2016 audience? Can you keep your talk short and entertaining? Fill out the submission form and ask for a talk slot!

The detailed program for the rump session will be announced on this web page. There are no current plans to distribute printed programs.