Prof. Mridul Nandi
Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata
24th February 2022. 4:00pm -5:00pm (GST)
Indifferentiability Security Analysis of Hash functions and Ideal Ciphers.
In this talk, I will discuss different results on indiffferentiability security of hash functions and ideal ciphers. We show some indifferentiability attacks on popular designs of hash functions and ideal ciphers.
I am a Professor in the Applied Statistics Unit of the Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata in India. Currently, I am a Professor in charge of the Applied Statistics Divisions and Acting head of RCBose center for Cryptology and Security. My main research area in Symmetric Cryptography. My research focuses on cryptographic algorithms and security analysis. I did B.Stat (1999) and M.Stat (2001) and Ph.D (2005) from Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata. Before joining Indian Statistical Institute, I was a Post-doc fellow in the CACR, Waterloo University, a Scientist in IPN, CINVESTAV, Mexico, a guest researcher (was a member of the SHA3 project) in National Institute of Standard and Technology and George Washington University, USA.