International Association for Cryptologic Research

International Association
for Cryptologic Research

The International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR) is a non-profit scientific organization whose purpose is to further research in cryptology and related fields. Cryptology is the science and practice of designing computation and communication systems which are secure in the presence of adversaries.

Events

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Crypto 2024
18 - 22 August 2024
Santa Barbara, USA
Asiacrypt 2024
9 - 13 December 2024
Kolkata, India
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Eurocrypt 2025
4 - 8 May 2025
Madrid, Spain
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Fast Software Encryption
25 - 29 March 2024
Leuven, Belgium
ches

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Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems
4 - 7 September 2024
Halifax, Canada
tcc

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Theory of Cryptography Conference
2 - 6 December 2024
Milan, Italy
rwc

Photo: by Kenny Paterson

Real World Crypto Symposium
26 - 28 March 2025
Sofia, Bulgaria
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Event Calendar: Leuven Isogeny Days 5
Leuven, Belgium, 11 September - 13 September 2024

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ePrint Report: Jolt-b: recursion friendly Jolt with basefold commitment
Hang Su, Qi Yang, Zhenfei Zhang

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ePrint Report: Distributed Verifiable Random Function With Compact Proof
Ahmet Ramazan Ağırtaş, Arda Buğra Özer, Zülfükar Saygı, Oğuz Yayla

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ePrint Report: Cryptiny: Compacting Cryptography for Space-Restricted Channels and its Use-case for IoT-E2EE
Liron David, Omer Berkman, Avinatan Hassidim, David Lazarov, Yossi Matias, Moti Yung

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ePrint Report: Curl: Private LLMs through Wavelet-Encoded Look-Up Tables
Manuel B. Santos, Dimitris Mouris, Mehmet Ugurbil, Stanislaw Jarecki, José Reis, Shubho Sengupta, Miguel de Vega

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ePrint Report: Is ML-Based Cryptanalysis Inherently Limited? Simulating Cryptographic Adversaries via Gradient-Based Methods
Avital Shafran, Eran Malach, Thomas Ristenpart, Gil Segev, Stefano Tessaro

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ePrint Report: Revisiting PACD-based Attacks on RSA-CRT
Guillaume Barbu, Laurent Grémy, Roch Lescuyer

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