Doctor of Philosophy
School of Computing and Information Technology
Post–quantum cryptography (PQC) is a new and fast–growing part of Cryptography. It focuses on developing cryptographic algorithms and protocols that resist quantum adversaries (i.e., the adversaries who have access to quantum computers). To construct a new PQC primitive, a designer must use a mathematical problem intractable for the quantum adversary. Many intractability assumptions are being used in PQC. There seems to be a consensus in the research community that the most promising are intractable/hard problems in lattices. However, lattice–based cryptography still needs more research to make it more efficient and practical. The thesis contributes toward achieving either the novelty or the practicality of lattice– based cryptographic systems.
Le, Quoc Huy, Contributions to Lattice–based Cryptography, Doctor of Philosophy thesis, School of Computing and Information Technology, University of Wollongong, 2023. https://ro.uow.edu.au/theses1/1544
FoR codes (2008)
0899 OTHER INFORMATION AND COMPUTING SCIENCES
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