Akinori Hosoyamada (細山田 光倫)

I am a researcher of cryptography at NTT Secure Platform Laboratories, NTT Corporation, Japan. I am also a Ph D student at Nagoya University, supervised by Prof. Tetsu Iwata.

Contact e-mail adress: hosoyamada dot akinori at nagoya-u dot jp

Last update: 2019/10/6

Research Interests and Hilights

Currently I am interested in symmetric-key cryptography, especially in post-quantum security of symmetric-key schemes, e.g., cryptanalysis of block ciphers and hash functions using quantum algorithms, and post-quantum security proofs for mode of operations. The following list is the highlight of my recent results with co-researchers.

  • Quantum multicollision-finding algorithms for cryptgraphic hash functions [HSX17,HSTX19].
  • Proof that the 4-round Luby-Rackoff construction (Feistel construction) is a quantum pseudo-random permutation [HI19].
  • Quantum attack that takes advantage of Simon’s algorithm without quantum superposed queries to keyed oracles [BHNSS19].
  • Proof for one-wayness of the combination of the Merkle-Damgaard construction with the Davies-Meyer construction against quantum adversaries [HY18].

So far all of my published results are related to post-quantum security of symmetric-key schemes, but I am also interested in other topics on cryptography both in the quantum and classical settings. (Basically I like pure/applied mathematics.)


Publications

See also dblp

Peer-Reviewed International Conference Papers

Journal Papers

  • [HA19] Hosoyamada, A., Kazumaro, A.: On Quantum Related-Key Attacks on Iterated Even-Mansour Ciphers. IEICE Transactions 102-A(1), 27-34 (2019) [Link] (Note: A preliminary version of this paper appeared at IWSEC 2017 [HA17].)

Preprints

  • [HY18] Hosoyamada, A., Takashi. Y.: Finding Collisions in a Quantum World: Quantum Black-Box Separation of Collision-Resistance and One-Wayness. IACR Cryptology ePrint archive 2018/1066. [Link]

Other Activities

Invited Seminar

2019.10

Dagstuhl Seminar 19421, Quantum Cryptanalysis, October 13 – 18, 2019, Schloss Dagstuhl, Wadern, Germany (to appear) [Link]


Awards

2019.01

SCIS 2018 Paper Award.

2017.08

IWSEC 2017 Best Paper Award.


Biography

Job Experience

2016.04 – present

Researcher, NTT Secure Platform Laboratories, NTT Corporation.

Education

2016.10 – present

Ph. D. student in the Department of Information and Communication Engineering, Nagoya University.

2014.04 – 2016.03

M. Sc. from Kyoto University. (Major: Algebraic/Differential Topology)

2010.04 – 2016.04

B. Sc. from Kyoto University. (Major: Mathematics)

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