PhD Student
D

Samed Düzlü

Kontakt

work 0941 / 9 43 68605

Work Bajuwarenstraße 4
93053 Regensburg

I am a PhD Student advised by Juliane Krämer.

My research focuses on mathematical analysis of modern cryptographic schemes. Specifically, I'm working on lattice reductions of algebraic lattices.

A further area of interest of mine are constructions of codes and their theory in the context of cryptography.

  • BUFFing signature schemes beyond unforgeability and the case of post-quantum signatures
    Cas Cremers, Samed Düzlü, Rune Fiedler, Marc Fischlin, and Christian Janson
    IEEE Symposium on Security & Privacy (Oakland), May 2021
    full version on IACR ePrint archive 2020/1525
  • Applications of Automorphic Forms to Cryptographic Lattice Problems
    AaA7-Kolloquium, online, 3/2021
  • BUFFing signature schemes beyond unforgeability
    and the case of post-quantum signatures (with Rune Fiedler)
    Krypto-Tag, online, 01/2021
  • Reduction of Module Lattices
    YRCS, online, 10/2020

Lectures

  • Post-Quantum Kryptographie SoSe 2020