December 3-7, 2000
ASIACRYPT 2000 Rump Session
- Opening Remarks (Moti Yung)
- NESSIE Status (Jacques Stern)
- Uniform-Triple Based Generators -- A Random Number Generator with Non-Prime Modulo Operation (Gopal N. Kumar and H. Nakamura)
- Experimental Results on the Complexity of Matsui's Attack against DES (Pascal Junod)
- Improved Fast Correlation Attack Based on Highly Restricted Search Minimum Distance Decoding (Miodrag Mihaljevic and Hideki Imai)
- Non-interactive ID-based Key Exchange Scheme (Kyungah Shim)
- Braid Group Cryptosystems -- A Summary (Jim Hughes)
- Chosen Subgroup Attack on Braid Group Cryptography (Jim Hughes)
- On Some Application of Quantum Correlation in Cryptography (Jaroslav Hruby)
- Can Quantum Cryptography be More Powerful than Oblivious Transfer? (Jorn Mueller-Quade and Hideki Imai)
- A Trivial Distinguisher for RC4 (Itsik Mantin and Adi Shamir)
- Integer Factoring based Signcryption Schemes (Yuliang Zheng)
- Distributed, Privacy-preserving User Authentication (Tim Ebringer, P. Thorne, and Yuliang Zheng)
- Argument for "Secret Encryption Method" Cryptography (Steve Meyer)
- Even More Strengthening McEliece PKC (Kazukuni Kobara, Pierre Loidreau, and Hideki Imai)
- OAEP++ -- Another Simple Bug Fix in OAEP -- (Kazukuni Kobara and Hideki Imai)
- RSA-OAEP Is Secure under the RSA Assumption (Eiichiro Fujisaki, Tatsuaki Okamoto, David Pointcheval, and Jacques Stern)
- RSA-REACT (Tatsuaki Okamoto and David Pointcheval)
ASIACRYPT 2000 conference committee would like to announce the call for presentations at the rump session of ASIACRYPT 2000. We will hold the rump session in the Monday evening (19:00 -- 22:00, December 4).
The rump session is intended to be an informal session in which participants give short presentations on recent results, work in progress, advertisements, entertainment and other topics of interest to the crypto community.
Moti Yung will chair this rump session.
Those wishing to give a talk at the rump session must submit a short abstract (including the title and submitter(s)) according to one of the following procedures:
- Electronic submission:
- Send email to Tatsuaki Okamoto (firstname.lastname@example.org) before December 1 (Friday) with your submission in ASCII text.
- Submission at conference:
- Hand the submission to either Tatsuaki Okamoto or Moti Yung at the conference before noon on December 4 (Monday).
Since the rump session will be held on Monday (not Tuesday as usual), I strongly recommend you to select the electronic submission.
Last update: Dec. 6, 2000