Patrick Struck

Patrick Struck

Pankratiusstraße 2
64289 Darmstadt

Office: S2|20 118

+49 6151 16-20668


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I am a PhD student under the supervision of Juliane Krämer at Technische Universität Darmstadt.

My research focuses on leakage-resilient and quantum-resistant cryptographic primitives, in particular, encryption schemes. I work within Project P1 of the collaborative research center CROSSING.

Publications

Publications can also be found on dblp and GoogleScholar.

  • Quantum Indistinguishability for Public Key Encryption
    Gagliardoni, Krämer, and Struck
    Preprint
    IACR ePrint archive 2020/266
  • Secure Two-Party Computation in a Quantum World
    Büscher, Demmler, Karvelas, Katzenbeisser, Krämer, Rathee, Schneider, and Struck
    In: ACNS 2020 (to appear)
    IACR ePrint archive 2020/411
  • Leakage-Resilient Authenticated Encryption from Leakage-Resilient Pseudorandom Functions
    Krämer and Struck
    In: COSADE 2020 (to appear)
    IACR ePrint archive 2020/280
  • Encryption Schemes using Random Oracles: from Classical to Post-Quantum Security
    Krämer and Struck
    In: PQCrypto 2020
    IACR ePrint archive 2020/129
  • Sponges Resist Leakage: The Case of Authenticated Encryption
    Degabriele, Janson, and Struck
    In: ASIACRYPT 2019
    IACR ePrint archive 2019/1034
  • A Linearly Homomorphic Signature Scheme From Weaker Assumptions
    Schabhüser, Buchmann, and Struck
    In: IMACC 2017
    IACR ePrint archive 2018/035
  • Linearly Homomorphic Authenticated Encryption with Provable Correctness and Public Verifiability
    Struck, Schabhüser, Demirel, and Buchmann
    In: C2SI 2017
    IACR ePrint archive 2017/700

Talks

  • Sponges Resist Leakage: The Case of Authenticated Encryption
    ASIACRYPT, Kobe, Japan, 12/2019
  • Sponges Resist Leakage: The Case of Authenticated Encryption
    31st Crypto-Day@Qualcomm, Berlin, Germany, 10/2019
  • Challenges in Post-Quantum Security Reductions
    29th Crypto-Day@Bosch, Renningen, Germany, 09/2018
  • Linearly Homomorphic Authenticated Encryption with Provable Correctness and Public Verifiability
    C2SI, Rabat, Morocco, 04/2017

Academic Service

Teaching