I am a research assistant in the Cryptography Group. My supervisor is Elisabeth Oswald.
My research interests are in the area of side-channel attacks, in particular the utility of high-performance GPGPU computing in side-channel attacks and leakage detection, and also when applied to attacks on web application and network traffic.
- Luke Mather
- Department of Computer Science
- University of Bristol
- Merchant Venturers Building
- Woodland Road
- BS8 1UB
- United Kingdom
- Multi-target DPA attacks: Pushing DPA beyond the limits of a desktop computer
- Luke Mather, Elisabeth Oswald and Carolyn Whitnall
- Advances in Cryptology - Asiacrypt 2014, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, volume 8873, pages 243-261, Springer, December 2014
- A preliminary version of this paper is available from the Cryptology ePrint Archive: Report 2014/365.
- Does My Device Leak Information? An a priori Statistical Power Analysis of Leakage Detection Tests
- Luke Mather, Elisabeth Oswald, Joe Bandenburg and Marcin Wójcik
- Advances in Cryptology - Asiacrypt 2013, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, volume 8269, pages 486-505. Springer, December 2013
- Pinpointing Side-Channel Information Leaks in Web Applications
- Luke Mather and Elisabeth Oswald
- Journal of Cryptographic Engineering, volume 2(3), pages 161-177. Springer Berlin/Heidelberg, October 2012.
- Choosing Distinguishers for Differential Power Analysis Attacks
- Elisabeth Oswald, Luke Mather and Carolyn Whitnall
- NIST Non-Invasive Attack Testing Workshop (NIAT), September 2011 (pdf).
- An Exploration of the Kolmogorov-Smirnov Test as a Competitor to Mutual Information Analysis
- Carolyn Whitnall, Elisabeth Oswald and Luke Mather
- Smart Card Research and Advanced Applications (CARDIS), Lecture Notes in Computer Science, volume 7079, pages 234-251. Springer, September 2011.
- A preliminary version of this paper is available from the Cryptology ePrint Archive: