- Daniel J. Bernstein, University of Illinois at Chicago and Ruhr University Bochum
- Tung Chou, Academia Sinica
- Carlos Cid, Simula UiB and Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology
- Jan Gilcher, ETH Zürich
- Tanja Lange, Eindhoven University of Technology
- Varun Maram, ETH Zürich
- Ingo von Maurich, self
- Rafael Misoczki, Google
- Ruben Niederhagen, Academia Sinica and University of Southern Denmark
- Edoardo Persichetti, Florida Atlantic University
- Christiane Peters, self
- Nicolas Sendrier, Inria
- Jakub Szefer, Yale University
- Cen Jung Tjhai, PQ Solutions Ltd.
- Martin Tomlinson, PQ Solutions Ltd. and University of Plymouth
- Wen Wang, Yale University
The original McEliece system was introduced by Robert J. McEliece in 1978, and has been the focus of four decades of work from more than 100 researchers around the world.
In November 2017, Classic McEliece was submitted to the NIST Post-Quantum Cryptography Standardization Project by Daniel J. Bernstein, Tung Chou, Tanja Lange, Ingo von Maurich, Rafael Misoczki, Ruben Niederhagen, Edoardo Persichetti, Christiane Peters, Peter Schwabe, Nicolas Sendrier, Jakub Szefer, and Wen Wang. NTS-KEM, also based on the original McEliece system, was submitted independently to the same project by Martin Albrecht, Carlos Cid, Kenneth G. Paterson, Cen Jung Tjhai, and Martin Tomlinson.
The Classic McEliece and NTS-KEM teams joined forces in March 2020. The third-round and fourth-round versions of Classic McEliece, in October 2020 and October 2022 respectively, were submitted by Martin R. Albrecht, Daniel J. Bernstein, Tung Chou, Carlos Cid, Jan Gilcher, Tanja Lange, Varun Maram, Ingo von Maurich, Rafael Misoczki, Ruben Niederhagen, Kenneth G. Paterson, Edoardo Persichetti, Christiane Peters, Peter Schwabe, Nicolas Sendrier, Jakub Szefer, Cen Jung Tjhai, Martin Tomlinson, and Wen Wang.
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