Date: Thursday, 26 August 2021
Time: 2.00pm - 4.00pm
Lee Wai Kong received a Ph.D. degree in engineering from Universiti
Abdul Rahman (UTAR), Malaysia, in 2018. His research interests are in the areas
of cryptography, numerical algorithms, GPU computing, Internet of Things, and
energy harvesting. He is currently a post-doctoral researcher in Gachon
University, South Korea. Before that, he was an Assistant Professor
Processing Units (GPU) is originally developed for graphics and video
applications, but nowadays it is widely used in many applications beyond
graphics. The booming of blockchain technology invited many "miners"
to develop efficient hashing software to perform high performance proof-of-work
consensus (mining). GPU also accounted for the success of deep learning
applications, wherein the massively parallel GPU architecture is turned into an
efficient machine for neural networks training and inference. In this talk, an
overview of the GPU architecture and programming model will be given, followed
by some successful development of GPU-based implementation techniques for
lattice-based cryptographic schemes. Some potential research directions of
GPU-based cryptographic engineering will also be discussed.
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