ECC 2012 rump session

The ECC 2012 rump session took place Monday 29 October 2012 at Casa Amarilla, starting at 20:00. Tanja Lange chaired the session. Daniel J. Bernstein served as associate chair.


Slides are now available from all presenters who agreed to have their slides officially online.
21:30David GruenewaldDavid GruenewaldThe end of the world
21:32Gora Adj and Francisco Rodriguez HenriquezGora AdjSquare Root in Even-Degree Extension Fieldsslides
21:37Ana Helena Sanchez, Francisco Rodriguez HenriquezAna Helena SanchezABE Implementation on ARM processorsslides
21:42Steven Galbrith, Mireles Morales, S. Erickson, M. J. Jacobson, Jr.Monireh Rezai RadBalanced representation for divisors and Explicit Formula in Real Hyperelliptic Curvesslides
21:49Wenhan WangWenhan WangIsolated Curves for Hyperelliptic Curve Cryptographyslides
21:56Lil Rodriguez and Andres CortesLil Maria RodriguezThe Discrete Log Problem slides
22:01Razvan Barbulescu, Cyril Bouvier, Jeremie Detrey, Pierrick Gaudry, Hamza Jeljeli, Emmanuel Thomé, Marion Videau, Paul ZimmermannEmmanuel ThoméThe relationship between some guy and cryptography.slides
22:06Eric Zavattoni, Luis J. Dominguez Perez, Shigeo Mitsunari, Ana H Sanchez-Ramirez, Tadanori Teruya, and Francisco Rodriguez-Henriquez.Luis DominguezOn implementing Pairing-Based Protocols (on ordinary curves)slides
22:11Joppe W. Bos and Craig Costello and Huseyin Hisil and Kristin LauterCraig CostelloA tribute to Pierrick - parts I and II, followed by a tribute to Culture Clubslides
22:18Thomaz Oliveira, Francisco Rodriguez, Julio LopezThomaz Oliveiranew timings for scalar multiplication using a new set of coordinatesslides
22:23Gaetan BissonGaetan BissonHyperelliptic Curves in Real Life

Rump-session award

Steven Galbraith promised to award a copy of his new book "Mathematics of Public-Key Cryptography" for the funniest rump-session talk. At the end of the rump session he awarded the book to Lil Rodriguez for the talk "The Discrete Log Problem".

Call for submissions (archived)

Do you have breaking news, progress reports, or other topics of interest to the ECC 2012 audience? Can you keep your talk short and entertaining? Fill out the submission form and ask for a talk slot!