International Association for Cryptologic Research

International Association
for Cryptologic Research

Transactions on Cryptographic Hardware and Embedded Systems 2021

TCHES 2021 Artifacts


Scope and Aims

The two main goals of the TCHES 2021 artifact review process were to improve functionality and reusability of artifacts to enable reproducibility and extension by the scientific community.

Reproducibility, in the context of computational experiments, means that the scientific results claimed can be obtained by a different team using the original authors’ artifacts. The artifact review process for TCHES 2021 did not include attempting to reproduce the experiment and verify the scientific claims in the accepted paper. Rather, the artifact review process for TCHES 2021 aimed at ensuring sufficient functionality of the artifact to enable a research team to attempt to reproduce the results. The artifact review process for TCHES 2021 also aimed to improve reusability, meaning that the artifacts are not just functional, but of sufficient quality that they could be extended and reused by others.

For more information, please see the TCHES 2021 Call for Artifacts.




Volume 2021, Issue 1

Compact Dilithium Implementations on Cortex-M3 and Cortex-M4
Denisa O. C. Greconici, Matthias J. Kannwischer, Daan Sprenkels

Fill your Boots: Enhanced Embedded Bootloader Exploits via Fault Injection and Binary Analysis
Jan Van den Herrewegen, David Oswald, Flavio D. Garcia, Qais Temeiza

The design of scalar AES Instruction Set Extensions for RISC-V
Ben Marshall, G. Richard Newell, Dan Page, Markku-Juhani O. Saarinen, Claire Wolf

Polynomial Multiplication in NTRU Prime: Comparison of Optimization Strategies on Cortex-M4
Erdem Alkim, Dean Yun-Li Cheng, Chi-Ming Marvin Chung, Hülya Evkan, Leo Wei-Lun Huang, Vincent Hwang, Ching-Lin Trista Li, Ruben Niederhagen, Cheng-Jhih Shih, Julian Wälde, Bo-Yin Yang

The Area-Latency Symbiosis: Towards Improved Serial Encryption Circuits
Fatih Balli, Andrea Caforio, Subhadeep Banik

Fixslicing AES-like ciphers: New bitsliced AES speed records on ARM-Cortex M and RISC-V
Alexandre Adomnicai, Thomas Peyrin




TCHES 2021 Artifact Review Committee

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