CLIC 2014 – December 10, 2014
Codes, Lattices, Ideals, Cryptography

A full-day seminar on the application of lattices in Cryptography and Coding theory, organized by the Digiteo project Idealcodes.


The morning session features introductory talks intended for the general public. The afternoon sessions will deal with more specialized topics.

9:30–10am Coffee break
10–11am Francisco Vial-Prado (UVSQ)
How ideal lattices unlocked fully homomorphic encryption
11–12am Luca De Feo (UVSQ)
Coppersmith's method and generalizations
12am-2pm Lunch break @restaurant Le Valmont
2–3pm Jean-François Biasse (UWaterloo, UCalgary)
Ideal lattices in number theory and in cryptology
3–4pm Johan S. R. Nielsen (INRIA Saclay)
Fast Decoding of Hermitian Codes Using -Lattice Basis Reduction
4–4:30pm Coffee break
4:30–5:30pm Romain Lebreton (UMontpellier 2)
Crash course on Order Bases : Theory and Algorithms


Archimède room (ground floor, GPS 48.8129,2.1488), Laboratoire PRiSM, Université de Versailles – Saint-Quentin en Yvelines. How to get there.


There is no registration fee, but please drop a line to the organizers if you wish to come.


This seminar is sponsored by the Digiteo program “invités”, and by the CNRS chaires program.