Michael Meyer

I am a Ph.D. Student at RheinMain University of Applied Sciences and University of Würzburg, Germany, supervised by Steffen Reith and Jörn Steuding.

Before that, I recieved my M.Sc. in Mathematics and B.Sc. in Computational Mathematics at Würzburg University. During my master programme, I spent one semester at Aristotle University Thessaloniki, Greece.

My research focus is isogeny-based post-quantum cryptography and elliptic curve cryptography.

Publications

  • Sieving for twin smooth integers with solutions to the Prouhet-Tarry-Escott problem
    Craig Costello, Michael Meyer, and Michael Naehrig
    EUROCRYPT 2021
    [pdf]
  • Trouble at the CSIDH: Protecting CSIDH with Dummy-Operations against Fault Injection Attacks
    Fabio Campos, Matthias J. Kannwischer, Michael Meyer, Hiroshi Onuki, and Marc Stöttinger
    FDTC 2020
    [pdf] [code]
  • Threshold Schemes from Isogeny Assumptions
    Luca De Feo and Michael Meyer
    PKC 2020
    [pdf]
  • Post-Quantum Cryptography for ECU Security Use Cases
    Fabio Campos, Michael Meyer, Steffen Sanwald, Marc Stöttinger, and Yi Wang
    escar Europe 2019 – Scientific Track
  • On Lions and Elligators: An efficient constant-time implementation of CSIDH
    Michael Meyer, Fabio Campos, and Steffen Reith
    PQCrypto 2019
    [pdf] [code]
  • A faster way to the CSIDH
    Michael Meyer and Steffen Reith
    INDOCRYPT 2018
    [pdf] [code]

Preprints and Articles

  • CTIDH: Faster constant-time CSIDH
    Gustavo Banegas, Daniel J. Bernstein, Fabio Campos, Tung Chou, Tanja Lange, Michael Meyer, Benjamin Smith, and Jana Sotáková
    Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2021/633
    [pdf] [website]
  • Elliptische Kurven in der Post-Quantum-Kryptographie
    Michael Meyer and Steffen Reith
    Mathematische Semesterberichte, Springer, 2018
  • On hybrid SIDH schemes using Edwards and Montgomery curve arithmetic
    Michael Meyer, Steffen Reith, and Fabio Campos
    Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2017/1213
    [pdf]

Selected Talks

  • Threshold Schemes from Isogeny Assumptions
    PKC 2020, virtual conferenece, 03 June 2020
    PKC 2020 Presentation Appreciation Award
  • Isogeny-based Post-Quantum Cryptography: An Overview
    AaA7-Workshop for Number Theory, University of Ulm, 05 July 2019
  • On Lions and Elligators: An efficient constant-time implementation of CSIDH
    PQCrypto 2019, Chongqing, 09 May 2019
  • On Lions and Elligators: An efficient constant-time implementation of CSIDH
    Cryptography Working Group, Utrecht, 12 April 2019
  • A Faster Way to the CSIDH
    INDOCRYPT 2018, New Delhi, 11 December 2018
  • Elliptic Curves in Post-Quantum Cryptography
    AaA7-Workshop for Number Theory, Free University of Berlin, 16 March 2018