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Carl A. Miller (Fed)

Mathematician

Carl A. Miller works in the Cryptographic Technologies Group at NIST and is also a Fellow of the Joint Center for Quantum Information Computer Science (QuICS) at the University of Maryland.  Dr. Miller specializes in quantum cryptography.  Before coming to NIST he worked as a postdoc and research fellow at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

Click here for Carl Miller's homepage at QuICS.

Publications

Status Report on the Third Round of the NIST Post-Quantum Cryptography Standardization Process

Author(s)
Gorjan Alagic, David A. Cooper, Quynh Dang, Thinh Dang, John M. Kelsey, Jacob Lichtinger, Yi-Kai Liu, Carl A. Miller, Dustin Moody, Rene Peralta, Ray Perlner, Angela Robinson, Daniel Smith-Tone, Daniel Apon
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is in the process of selecting public-key cryptographic algorithms through a public, competition-like process

Recommendation for Stateful Hash-Based Signature Schemes

Author(s)
David Cooper, Daniel Apon, Quynh H. Dang, Michael S. Davidson, Morris Dworkin, Carl Miller
This recommendation specifies two algorithms that can be used to generate a digital signature, both of which are stateful hash-based signature schemes: the

Status Report on the Second Round of the NIST Post-Quantum Cryptography Standardization Process

Author(s)
Dustin Moody, Gorjan Alagic, Daniel C. Apon, David A. Cooper, Quynh H. Dang, John M. Kelsey, Yi-Kai Liu, Carl A. Miller, Rene C. Peralta, Ray A. Perlner, Angela Y. Robinson, Daniel C. Smith-Tone, Jacob Alperin-Sheriff
The National Institute of Standards and Technology is in the process of selecting one or more public-key cryptographic algorithms through a public, competition
Created August 15, 2019, Updated July 25, 2022