Quantum Cryptanalysis Workshop

29 Jul 2022, by ablahatherell in Sponsored events

26 – 28 September 2022

School of Mathematics, University of Bristol, UK

Supported by The Heilbronn Institute Small Grants Scheme

The workshop will focus primarily on lattice- and isogeny-based cryptography. The former is the most popular and most represented family of PQCs in the NIST standardisation project. The latter is a newer, fast developing area with many experts affiliated with Bristol. The workshop will cover quantum algorithm design, costing and error correction as areas of particular interest in quantum cryptanalysis, as well as security proofs in the Quantum Random Oracle Model (QROM).


Samuel Jaques (Oxford)
Romy Minko (Bristol)


Maria Corte-Real Santos (UCL)
Ethan Davies (Royal Holloway)
Lynn Engelberts (Amsterdam)
Samuel Jaques (Oxford)
Mikhail Kudinov (Eindhoven)
Johanna Loyer (Inria, Paris)
Christian Majenz (TU Denmark)
Romy Minko (Bristol)
Rachel Player (Royal Holloway)
Yixin Shen (Royal Holloway)
Petros Wallden (Edinburgh)

For further information or to register your interest, please contact Romy Minko at romy.minko@bristol.ac.uk