Publications & Talks

In the following you find a list of my publications. You can also find my publications on Google Scholar and the ArXiv. Below you find a selection of talks I gave. At the bottom of the page you find a summary of my service to the service community.

My PhD thesis “Generic Constructions of Quantum-Resistant Cryptosystems” is now available on the RUB Repository.

Publications

Tight adaptive reprogramming in the QROM [pdf]
Asciacrypt 21, Talk at QIP’21
with Alex B. Grilo, Andreas Hülsing, and Christian Majenz

Faster Lattice-Based KEMs via a Generic Fujisaki-Okamoto Transform for Multi-User Security in the QROM
ACM CCS 21, Talk at 3rd PQC Standardization Conference 2021
with Julien Duman, Eike Kiltz, Vadim Lyubashevsky, and Gregor Seiler

Generic Authenticated Key Exchange in the Quantum Random Oracle Model [pdf]
PKC 2020
with Eike Kiltz, Sven Schäge, and Dominique Unruh

Tighter proofs of CCA security in the Quantum Random Oracle Model [pdf]
TCC 2019
with Nina Bindel, Mike Hamburg, Andreas Hülsing, and Edoardo Persichetti

A Modular Analysis of the Fujisaki-Okamoto Transformation [pdf]
TCC 2017
with Dennis Hofheinz and Eike Kiltz

Invited & Conference Talks:

Simula UiB, Bergen, Norway (virtual, 07/2020)
Generic Authenticated Key Exchange in the Quantum Random Oracle Model [ video ]

PKC 2020 (06/2020)
Generic Authenticated Key Exchange in the Quantum Random Oracle Model [ video ]

Simons Institute’s lattice meeting (04/2020)
CCA encryption in the Quantum Random Oracle Model [ video ] [ slides ]

QuSoft Seminar, Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI), Amsterdam, Netherlands (09/2019)
The Fujisaki-Okamoto Transformation – A generic transformation to achieve post-quantum security

ENS lattice and crypto meeting, ENS de Lyon, France (04/2018)
A Modular Analysis of the Fujisaki-Okamoto Transformation

TCC 2017, Johns Hopkins University, USA (11/2017)
A Modular Analysis of the Fujisaki-Okamoto Transformation

Scientific Service

I served as a subreviewer for Asiacrypt’18, Crypto’19, Asiacrypt’19, Eurocrypt’20, Crypto’20, Asiacrypt’20, Eurocrypt’21, Crypto’21 and PQCrypto’21.