The CHES 2017 rump session took place Tuesday 26 September 2017. Daniel J. Bernstein and Tanja Lange served as chairs. Slides are available from all presenters who agreed to put their slides online.
|CHES 2017 rump session, Tuesday 26 September 2017|
|20:30||Bo-Yin Yang, Chen-Mou Cheng, Wieland Fischer, Naofumi Homma||Bo-Yin Yang, Chen-Mou Cheng, Wieland Fischer, Naofumi Homma||CHES 2017 - Fun Statistics||slides|
|20:33||CHES 2017 PC Chairs||Naofumi Homma, Wieland Fischer||Best Paper Award||slides|
|20:40||Stefan Mangard||Stefan Mangard||CHES 2018 - The New Publication Model||slides|
|20:47||Stefan Mangard||Stefan Mangard||CHES 2019||slides|
|20:50||Benoît Viguier, Jeremy Jean||Benoît Viguier||Bookmarks for Cryptographers||slides|
|20:55||Junfeng Fan, Benedikt Gierlichs||Benedikt Gierlichs||COSADE 2018|
|20:57||Andreas Hülsing, Tanja Lange, Kit Smeets||Tanja Lange||Rounded Gaussians -- Fast and Secure Constant-Time Sampling for Lattice-Based Crypto||slides|
|21:02||Ye Yuan,Liji Wu||Ye Yuan||How Many Feet Are Best for A Football Game With AES?||slides|
|21:07||Mike Hamburg||Mike Hamburg||Distinguisher on reduced-round GIMLI||slides|
|21:12||Subhadeep Banik, Sumit Kumar Pandey, Thomas Peyrin, Yu Sasaki, Siang Meng Sim, Yosuke Todo||Siang Meng Sim||Many GIFT, is it Xmas?||slides|
|21:30||Daniel Genkin, Luke Valenta and Yuval Yarom||Daniel Genkin and Yuval Yarom||May the Fourth Be With You: A Microarchitectural Side Channel Attack on Several Real-World Applications of Curve25519|
|21:37||Bo-Yeon Sim and Dong-Guk Han||Bo-Yeon Sim||It was right under your nose||slides|
|21:42||Mike Hamburg||Mike Hamburg||Speeding up Elliptic Curve Scalar Multiplication without Either Precomputation or Adaptive Coordinates||slides|
|21:45||Björn Haase||Björn Haase||Target-specific memory bandwidths on the ARM Cortex M4: Why is benchmarking difficult||slides|
|21:49||Inside Secure||Simon Hoerder||Inside Secure - Hiring||slides|
|21:52||Challenge Organizers||Matthieu Rivain and Junwei Wang||CHES 2017 Challenge||slides|
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The detailed program for the rump session will be announced on this web page. There are no current plans to distribute printed programs.