|Residence||Washington DC, United States|
|Institutions||Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar
University of Waterloo
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
|Alma mater||Katholieke Universiteit Leuven
Indian Statistical Institute
|Known for||Hash Functions
Fast Wide-pipe Hash Mode
NIST SHA-3 Competition
Souradyuti Paul is an Indian cryptologist (b. 1976). Formerly a member of COSIC, he is currently working as an assistant professor at Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar and a Guest Researcher for the National Institute of Standards and Technology in the United States. He participated in cryptanalysis of RC4, Helix and Py family of ciphers among others. He has co-designed the following ciphers
He also contributed to the design of a hash function iteration mode of operation Fast-widepipe. While working at NIST Dr. Paul has worked towards the development of US government secure hash standard SHA-3 being selected through a public competition.
- Mridul Nandi and Souradyuti Paul. Speeding Up the Widepipe: Secure and Fast Hashing. In Guang Gong and Kishan Gupta, editor, Indocrypt 2010, Springer, 2010.
- Souradyuti Paul's homepage at the Catholic University of Leuven
- Souradyuti Paul's weblog addressing computer security related issues
- Souradyuti Paul's Crypto Lounge Entry
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