The Almasty team was created in April 2015. The Almasty team is mainly oriented toward the use of algorithmic and effective mathematic techniques to propose and improve modern cryptosystems and assess their security levels. Toward this goal, it makes use of numerous mathematical tools and develop algorithms to improve computations beyond what is reachable with state-of-the-art methods. The research activity of the Almasty team addresses the following topics: provable security, (pseudo-)randomness in cryptography, security against side-channel attacks, secure multi-party computation, (post-)quantum cryptography, cryptanalysis, high-performance computing, ...
|Nov 7, 2023||Abdul Rahman Taleb defended his Ph. D. thesis|
|Nov 1, 2023||Ambroise Fleury joined the team to finish a PhD on the Number Field Sieve|
|Oct 2, 2023||paper on fault attacks on Dilithium accepted in CARDIS 2023|
|Sep 16, 2023||computational record for Multivariate Quadratic Boolean system solving with n=83 variables and m=166 equations (Type I) achieved by Charles Bouillaguet and Julia Sauvage|
|Sep 1, 2023||Lucas Ottow joined the team to do a PhD on Designing secure distributed protocols for exact computation|