Emerging Topics in Cryptographic Design and Cryptanalysis

30 April - 4 May, 2007
Doryssa Seaside Resort - Samos, Greece


Slides of the presentations at the Summer School are now available!!

Following the great success of the ECRYPT PhD Summer School on Cryptanalysis in 2005, the Symmetric Techniques and Asymmetric Techniques Virtual Laboratories are pleased to announce a new joint Summer School on Emerging topics in Cryptographic Design and Cryptanalysis. Covering selected topics in both symmetric and asymmetric cryptography, this summer school will provide a thorough overview of some of the most important cryptographic design and cryptanalysis techniques that have emerged in recent years. While the summer school is aimed primarily at postgraduate students, attendance is open to all.

The ECRYPT Summer School on Emerging Topics in Cryptographic Design and Cryptanalysis will take place at the Dorissa Seaside Resort, in Samos, Greece, from April 30th to May 4th, 2007.

The Summer School will cover the following topics :

List of speakers
  • Daniel Bernstein, University of Illinois at Chicago

  • Olivier Billet, France Télécom R&D

  • Bruno Buchberger, RISC - Johannes Kepler University, Linz

  • Anne Canteaut, INRIA

  • Carlos Cid, Royal Holloway - University of London

  • Christophe De Cannière, K.U. Leuven

  • Jean-Charles Faugère, LIP6/INRIA

  • Thomas Johansson, Lund University

  • Lars Knudsen,  DTU - Technical University of Denmark

  • Tanja Lange,  TU Eindhoven

  • Benoît Libert,  UCL Crypto Group

  • Kenny  Paterson, Royal Holloway - University of London

  • Ludovic Perret, SPIRAL - LIP6

  • Bart Preneel, K.U. Leuven

  • Christian Rechberger, T.U. Graz

  • Michael Scott, Dublin City University

  • Nicolas Sendrier, INRIA

  • Jacques Stern, Ecole Normale Supérieure


A limited number of stipends will be available for students from non-ECRYPT institutions. Note that these stipends should only cover the registration fee. Please let us know before April 2nd if you are interested, by sending an email with a short CV and a few lines describing your motivations for attending the summer school to the summer school programme chairs.