Organizing Committee
 Jeffrey Hoffstein
Brown University  Stephen Miller
Rutgers University  Ramarathnam Venkatesan
Microsoft Research India
Abstract
Lattices are abstractly very simple objects, yet their concrete realizations contain beautifully intricate problems that are stubbornly difficult even in low dimensions. For example, our present day understandings of densest lattice packings and reduction theory are still plagued with large gaps.
In the 1970's and 1980's lattices entered the world of cryptography as tools used to break certain crypto systems, particularly those based on the subset sum problem, and since the 1990's they have become increasingly important in the building of other types of crypto systems (thanks to the difficulty in the underlying mathematics). Their significance has recently been bolstered by averagecase complexity bounds and their present resistance to quantum computing attacks.
Currently the theory of lattices is a lively research topic among mathematicians, computer scientists, and experts in cybersecurity. However, to this date, there has been little to no interaction between these communities. The goal of this workshop is to stimulate activity between these different groups interested in lattice problems. Topics to be covered include, but are not restricted to, recent results on densest lattice packings, the geometry of lattice moduli space and its connections with automorphic forms and algebraic number theory, cryptographic applications of lattices, and the state of the art of lattice reduction in high dimensions.
Confirmed Speakers & Participants

Therese Avitabile
New York University

Boaz Barak
Harvard University

Daniel J. Bernstein
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

JeanFrançois Biasse
University of Waterloo

Reinier Bröker
Brown University

Gizem Cetin
Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Yilei Chen
Visa Research

Cheng Chen
MIT

Don Coppersmith
Institute for Defense Analyses (IDA)

Steve Damelin
American Mathematical Society

Akshay Degwekar
MIT

Apoorvaa Deshpande
Brown University

Yarkin Doroz
New Jersey Institute of Technology

Leo Ducas
Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica

Thomas Eisenbarth
Worcester Polytechnic Institute and University of Lubeck

Lior Eldar
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Venkata Gandikota
Johns Hopkins University

Farshid Hajir
University of Massachusetts Amherst

Thomas Hales
University of Pittsburgh

Shai Halevi
IBM

Nadia Heninger
University of Pennsylvania

Campbell Hewett
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Jeffrey Hoffstein
Brown University

Justin Holmgren
Princeton University

Seyed Kaave Hosseini
University of California, San Diego

Ewa Infeld
Ryerson University

Heera Janwa
University of Puerto Rico

Samuel Judge
Michigan Technological University

Edmund Karasiewicz
University of California, Santa Cruz

Saeja Kim
University of Massachusetts Dartmouth

Seungki Kim
University of Cincinnati

Miran Kim
University of Texas

Aleksandr Kolpakov
University of Neuchâtel

Gene Kopp
University of Bristol and Heilbronn Institute of Mathematical Research

Jeffrey Lagarias
University of Michigan

Tanja Lange
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

Tianren Liu
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Linda Markowsky
University of Maine

George Markowsky
University of Maine

William Martin
Worcester Polytechnic Institute

John Miller
Rutgers University

Stephen Miller
Rutgers University

Charles Mozzochi
not affiliatedretired

Osmanoglu Murat
University of Connecticut

Phong Nguyen
University of Tokyo

Daniel Nichols
University of Massachusetts

Helen Nissenbaum
New York University

Ozgur Oksuz
NYU Medical Center

Adrian Pastine
Michigan Technological University

Chris Peikert
Georgia Institute of Technology

Lam Pham
Yale University

Richard Pinch
HMG

Andrew Pollington
NSF

Thomas Prest
Ecole Normale Suptrieure

Charles Radin
University of Texas at Austin

Oded Regev
New York University, Courant Institut

James Ricci
Daemen College

Sinai Robins
University of Sao Paulo

Emily Russell
Harvard University

Peter Sarnak
Institute for Advanced Study and Princeton University

John Schanck
University of Waterloo

Rene Schoof
University of Rome Tor Vergata

Adam Sealfon
MIT

Alice Silverberg
University of California Irvine

Thomas Silverman
Brown University

Joseph Silverman
Brown University

Eric Sommers
University of Massachusetts

Noah StephensDavidowitz
Princeton University

Sophie Stevens
University of Bristol

Berk Sunar
Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Vladimir Tonchev
Michigan Technological University

Ha Tran
University of Rome Tor Vergata

Nicholas Triantafillou
MIT

Douglas Ulmer
Georgia Institute of Technology

Vinod Vaikuntanathan
MIT

Luke Valenta
University of Pennsylvania

Christine van Vredendaal
Technische Universiteit Eindhoven

Prashant Vasudevan
MIT

Akshay Venkatesh
Stanford University

Ian Whitehead
University of Minnesota

Peter Winkler
Dartmouth College

Thomas Wunderer
Technische Universtaet Darmstadt

Sophia Yakoubov
Boston University

Zijian Yao
Harvard University

Zhuohui Zhang
Rutgers University

Zhenfei Zhang
security innovation