Reading List June 2021
My reading list June 2021
Verkle trees: The new Verkle trees, not only apply to Ethereum, but in general a contribution to the block chain research. I hope there will more cryptanalysis on this new approach. Anyway, moving from Proof-of-work to proof-of-value must be the only way to go.
LibQOS: I will try to submit my PQC_NEON implementation to this library. I hope my code will be used by million people.
TFHE: Origin from the best paper awards in AsiaCrypt 2016 (I was there). Now the TFHE is adopted by Google. Thus, I bet there will be a ton of hardware engineer to make TFHE work in real life. The privacy-reserving will never fly without hardware accelerator or specific processor.
Fully Homomorphic Encryption (FHE) C++ Transpiler: Another link is here: https://github.com/google/fully-homomorphic-encryption
History of attack on Cryptography: A good reads, for example if you want to look for overview of an attack which might apply to a CTF problem, read this.
- ARM Instrinsics: Finally, ARM replace their laggy search interface to a new search interface. I like it.
- Optimized Software Implementations of CRYSTALS-Kyber, NTRU, and Saber UsingNEON-Based Special Instructions of ARMv8Duc Tri Nguyen, George Mason University: I gave talks at NIST conference. You can see my published slides at here and the paper at here
- Reticle: A Virtual Machinefor Programming Modern FPGAs: We use Reticle to implement linear algebraoperators and coroutines and find that Reticle compilationruns up to 100 times faster than current approaches whileproducing comparable or better run-time and utilization
Leet resume: Short, but good advice how to write a better resume.
An incomplete list of skills senior engineers need, beyond coding.
- PyWhat: Identify anything. A new
- Github Copilot: Code generation by Github Copilot. And now, software is become cheaper. :))