Recent advances in information and telecommunication technologies bring forward new applications of cryptographic theory. In turn, newly developed cryptographic methods and constructions as well as their security evaluation require application of a wide range of mathematical theories, beyond those conventionally used for cryptography. The Laboratory of Mathematical Design for Advanced Cryptography, leveraging the cooperation between academic research institutes, industry and the governmental institutions, aims at development of the next-generation cryptographic technologies featuring a wide variety of secure functionalities, with the ultimate goal of achieving safe and sustainable society. Through the cooperation between academia, industry, and the governmental institutions, the Laboratory will continue to promote the newest advances in mathematical cryptography towards design and development of the next-generation cryptographic constructions meeting the highest international standards.
A paper by Prof. Nuida is accepted by International Journal of Mathematics for Industry.
A paper by Assistant Professor Ikematsu et al. is accepted by international conference IWSEC 2021.
NIST’s Plan for the Future was introduced at the conference. (pdf)
http://www.imi.kyushu-u.ac.jp/files/news/file/math_568b4da9e7845.pdf(in Japanese only)