Joost Renes



Publications, preprints and others

Links to dblp and Google scholar.

PhD Thesis
Security on the Line: Modern Curve-based Cryptography, defended 1 July 2019 [pdf]
Conference Proceedings
  1. Improved Classical Cryptanalysis of the Computational Supersingular Isogeny Problem [pdf] [bib]
    w/ Craig Costello, Patrick Longa, Michael Naehrig and Fernando Virdia, PKC 2020
  2. A Compact and Scalable Hardware/Software Co-design of SIKE [pdf] [bib]
    w/ Pedro Maat C. Massolino, Patrick Longa and Lejla Batina, CHES 2020
  3. Dual Isogenies and Their Application to Public-key Compression for Isogeny-based Cryptography [pdf] [bib]
    w/ Michael Naehrig, Asiacrypt 2019
  4. CSIDH: An Efficient Post-Quantum Commutative Group Action [pdf] [bib]
    w/ Wouter Castryck, Tanja Lange, Chloe Martindale and Lorenz Panny, Asiacrypt 2018
    Winner of the Dutch Cyber Security Research Paper (DCSRP) best paper Award 2019
  5. Computing Isogenies between Montgomery Curves Using the Action of (0,0) [pdf] [bib]
    PQCrypto 2018
  6. qDSA: Small and Secure Digital Signatures with Curve-based Diffie-Hellman Key Pairs [pdf] [bib]
    w/ Benjamin Smith, Asiacrypt 2017
  7. Efficient compression of SIDH public keys [pdf] [bib]
    w/ Craig Costello, David Jao, Patrick Longa, Michael Naehrig and David Urbanik, Eurocrypt 2017
  8. Implementing Complete Formulas on Weierstrass Curves in Hardware [pdf] [bib]
    w/ Pedro Maat C. Massolino and Lejla Batina, SPACE 2016
  9. μKummer: efficient hyperelliptic signatures and key exchange on microcontrollers [pdf] [bib]
    w/ Peter Schwabe, Benjamin Smith and Lejla Batina, CHES 2016
  10. Complete addition formulas for prime order elliptic curves [pdf] [bib]
    w/ Craig Costello and Lejla Batina, Eurocrypt 2016
    Nominated for the Dutch Cyber Security Research Paper (DCSRP) best paper Award 2017
Journal Publications
  1. On Kummer Lines With Full Rational 2-torsion and Their Usage in Cryptography [pdf] [bib]
    w/ Huseyin Hisil, ACM Transactions on Mathematical Software
Others
  1. SIKE -- Supersingular Isogeny Key Encapsulation [rd1, rd2] [website]
    submission to NIST for PQC Standardization with many co-authors