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iCore workshop: London-ish Lattice Coding & Crypto Meeting

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Abstract: Lattice-based approaches are emerging as a common theme in modern cryptography and coding theory. In communications, they are indispensable mathematical tools to construct powerful error-correction codes achieving the capacity of wireless channels. In cryptography, they are used to building lattice-based schemes with provable security, better asymptotic efficiency, resilience against quantum attacks and new functionalities such as fully homomorphic encryption.

This meeting — on 18 January 2017 — is aimed at connecting the two communities in the UK with a common interest in lattices, with a long-term goal of building a synergy of the two fields. It will consist of several talks on related topics, with a format that will hopefully encourage interaction.

Program: Wouter Castryck (Université de Lille-1/KU Leuven): Remarks on the error distributions in ring-based Learning With Errors Ana Costache (Bristol): Fixed Point Arithmetic in Somewhat Homomorphic Encryption Scheme Victor Beresnevich (York): Talk on number theory/lattices Anne-Maria Ernvall-Hytönen (Abo Akademi University): Secrecy Function and Comparing Lattices

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