18:00-Registration & Reception
9:00-10:00 Special-Purpose Hardware for Factoring: the NFS Linear Algebra StepAdi Shamir
10:30-11:30 Special-Purpose Hardware for Factoring: the NFS Sieving StepEran Tromer
11:30-12:00SHARK - A Realizable Special Hardware Sieving Device for Factoring 1024-bit IntegersJ. Franke, T. Kleinjung, C. Paar, J. Pelzl, C. Priplata, C. Stahlke
12:00-12:30Continued fractions and lattice sievingJ. Franke, T. Kleinjung
14:00-15:00Actual and proposed special purpose hardware devices for integer factorizationArjen Lenstra
15:30-16:00An Efficient Hardware Architecture for Factoring Integers with the Elliptic Curve MethodJ. Franke, T. Kleinjung, C. Paar, J. Pelzl, C. Priplata, M. Simka, C. Stahlke
16:00-16:30Implementation of a Sieving Algorithm on a Dynamic Reconfigurable ProcessorT. Shimoyama, T. Izu, J. Kogure
16:30-17:30The First Digital Electronic Code Cracker?
The rebuilt and working WW II Colossus Mk 2 electronic computer.
Tony Sale
19:30-Dinner in Toupary
9:00-10:00 Building circuits for integer factorizationDan Bernstein
10:30-11:30A systolic design for supporting Wiedemann's algorithmRainer Steinwandt
11:30-12:00Reconfigurable Hardware Implementation of Mesh Routing in the Number Field Sieve Factorization S. Bajracharya, D. Misra, K. Gaj, T. El-Ghazawi
12:00-12:30Cracking Unix Passwords using FPGA PlatformsN. Mentens, L. Batina, B. Preneel, I. Verbauwhede
13:45-14:45Cryptanalytic Hardware Architecture Optimized for Full CostMike Wiener
15:15-16:15Exhaustive Key Search of the DES: Updates and RefinementsJean-Jacques Quisquater