# Talks & Teaching

## Talks

#### Basics of Information Set Decoding and Sieving for Codes

Invited Lectures at ATTAC workshop 2024, Slides

#### Revisiting Nearest-Neighbor-Based Information Set Decoding

IMACC 2023

#### CryptographicEstimators – a Software Library for Cryptographic Hardness Estimation

NIST PQC Seminar Series 2023 (joined talk with Javier Verbel), Slides

#### MiRitH - NIST PQC Signature Candidate

Oxford PQC Summit 2023, Slides

#### New Time-Memory Trade-Offs for Subset Sum -- Improving ISD in Theory and Practice

Eurocrypt 2023, Slides

#### Revisiting Nearest-Neighbor-Based Information Set Decoding

CBCrypto2023

#### Partial Key Exposure Attacks on BIKE, Rainbow and NTRU

CRYPTO 2022, Slides

#### Evaluating the security of Code-based Systems

Invited talk at CBCrypto 2022

#### Syndrome Decoding Estimator

PKC 2022

#### Quantum-Classical Trade-offs for Information Set Decoding

TII Seminar (2021)

#### Memory-Efficient Algorithms for Solving Subset Sum and Related Problems with Cryptanalytic Applications

PhD Defense (2020)

#### Low Weight Discrete Logarithm and Subset Sum in 2^(0.65n) with Polynomial Memory

Eurocrypt 2020

#### Generic Low Weight Discrete Logarithm with Small Memory and its Relation to Subset Sum

Invited talk at ECC 2019

#### Dissection-BKW

CRYPTO 2018

## Teaching

#### Code-Based Cryptography

Lecturer: Andre Esser (2024)

#### Cryptography

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Alexander May (2020 / 2021)

#### Seminar on Real World Cryptanalysis

Supervised 5x (2017 to 2021)

#### Cryptanalysis

Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Alexander May (2020)

#### Introduction to Theoretical Computer Science

Lecturer: Prof. Nils Fleischhacker (2019)

#### Discrete Mathematics

Lecturer: Prof. Gregor Leander (2018 / 2019)

#### Cryptanalysis

Lecturer: Prof. Alexander May (2018)

#### Quantum Algorithms

Lecturer: Prof. Alexander May (2017 / 2018)

#### Introduction to Theoretical Computer Science

Lecturer: Prof. Alexander May (2017)

#### Seminar on Discrete Mathematics

2017