Péter Kutas received his MSc in Mathematics from Eötvös Loránd University in 2013. He completed his Phd at Central European University in 2017 under the supervision of Gábor Ivanyos and Lajos Rónyai. Until 2019 he was a young researcher at SZTAKI and since 2019 he is a research fellow at the University of Birmingham. Since 2021 he is also Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Informatics at ELTE. His research area is isogeny-based cryptography and computational number theory.
-V. de Quehen, P.Kutas, c. Leonardi, C. Martindale, L. Panny, C. Petit, K. Stange: Improved torsion point attacks on SIDH variants, Crypto 2023
-A. Basso, P. Kutas, S-P. Merz, C. Petit, A. Sanso: Cryptanalysis of an oblivious PRF from isogenies, Asiacrypt 2021
-P. Kutas, S-P. Merz, C. Petit, C. Weitkämper: One-way functions and malleability oracles: hidden shift attacks on isogeny-based protocols, Eurocrypt 2021
-M. Chen, M. Imran, G. Ivanyos, P. Kutas, A. Leroux, C. Petit: Hidden stabilizers, the isogeny to endomorphism ring problem and the cryptanalysis of pSIDH, eprint
-L. De Feo, T.B. Fouotsa, P. Kutas, A. Leroux, S-P. Merz, L. Panny, B. Wesolowski: SCALLOP: scaling the Csi-FiSh, PKC 2023