# Hello.

This is Enric Florit's personal homepage.

*(what do you think about that 90s opening sentence?)*

Here you will find a growing (and at times, incomplete) list of my projects. In the **materials** section you'll find some slides for talks I have given. This website is updated once every few months, mostly when I have some new material to share.

A short list of places to go from here:

- The biggest and most serious project I've taken part in: Skibeta
- My when-you-got-some-time, giving-back-to-the-community, have-fun-with-some-friends project: Hacking Lliure
- My github account
- My twitter account: @enricflorit (don't expect many witty words, I retweet things most of the time)

I think this will be about it for the introduction.

Oh, let me include a .png with my favourite avatar!

## Materials

*July 2019.***Elliptic curves, Pairings, and the ECDLP**. I had the opportunity to attend to a Summer School named "Cryptography meets Graph Theory" (more info here) where we were encouraged to present a poster. Mine was about the MOV attack, an algorithm that tries to simplify Discrete Logarithms over Elliptic Curves. You can find the poster here. I also wrote some study notes, although they are*very*incomplete. The material is fairly technical, but accessible once one has some basic knowledge on groups, arithmetic and elliptic curves.*April 2019.***p-adic attacks on elliptic curves**: the people at the Overdrive Hacking Conference asked me to do some talk on cryptograpy, and so I started studying about elliptic curve theory and ECC. During the actual talk I didn't have much time to explain the attack, but it is partially detailed in the slides. The main reference for study was Lawrence Washington's "Elliptic Curves: Number theory and Cryptography". You can find the slides here (pdf).