## Accepted papers

Thank you to everyone who submitted papers to ANTS XII! We are pleased to announce that the following papers have been accepted. (Papers are listed alphabetically by authors.)

*Tuple Lattice Sieving*, by Shi Bai, Thijs Laarhoven and Damien Stehlé.*Databases of Elliptic Curves Ordered by Height and Distributions of Selmer Groups and Ranks*, Jennifer Balakrishnan, Wei Ho, Nathan Kaplan, Simon Spicer, William Stein and James Weigandt.*Constructing genus 3 hyperelliptic Jacobians with CM*, by Jennifer S. Balakrishnan, Sorina Ionica, Kristin Lauter and Christelle Vincent.*Fast heuristic algorithms for computing relations in the class group of a quadratic order with applications to isogeny evaluation*, by Jean-François Biasse, Claus Fieker and Michael Jacobson.*Division algebras and maximal orders for given invariants*, by Gebhard Boeckle and Damian Gvirtz.*A database of genus 2 curves over the rational numbers*, by Andrew R. Booker, Jeroen Sijsling, Andrew V. Sutherland, John Voight and Dan Yasaki.*On error distributions in ring-based LWE*, by Wouter Castryck, Ilia Iliashenko and Frederik Vercauteren*An Algorithm for NTRU Problems and Cryptanalysis of the GGH Multilinear Map without an encoding of zero*, by Jung Hee Cheon, Jinhyuck Jeong and Changmin Lee.*Explicit isogenies in quadratic time in any characteristic*, by Luca Defeo, Jerome Plût, Eric Schost and Cyril Hugounenq.*Point counting on K3 surfaces and an application concerning real and complex multiplication*, by Andreas-Stephan Elsenhans and Joerg Jahnel.*Visualizing elements of order 7 in the Tate-Shafarevich group of an elliptic curve*, by Tom Fisher.*Algorithms for the Approximate Common Divisor Problem*, by Steven Galbraith, Shishay Gebregiyorgis and Sean Murphy.*Collecting relations for the Number Field Sieve in GF(p^6)*, Pierrick Gaudry, Laurent Grémy and Marion Videau.*Reducing number field defining polynomials: an application to class group computations*, by Alexandre Gelin and Antoine Joux.*Computing L-series of geometrically hyperelliptic curves of genus three*, by David Harvey, Maike Massierer and Andrew Sutherland.*A census of zeta functions of quartic K3 surfaces over F_2*, by Kiran Kedlaya and Andrew Sutherland.*Roots of Sparse Polynomials over a Finite Field*, by Zander Kelley.*Real multiplication through explicit correspondences*, by Abhinav Kumar and Ronen Mukamel.*Computing theta functions in quasi-linear time in genus 2 and above*, by Hugo Labrande and Emmanuel Thomé.*JKL-ECM: An implementation of ECM using Hessian Curves*, by Gary McGuire, Henriette Heer and Oisin Robinson.*Computing cardinalities of Q-curve reductions over finite fields*, by Francois Morain, Charlotte Scribot and Benjamin Smith.*Computing Canonical Heights on Elliptic Curves in Quasi-Linear Time*, by J. Steffen Müller and Michael Stoll.*Effective Hasse principle for the intersection of two quadrics*, by Tony Quertier.*Computing Jacobi forms*, by Nathan Ryan, Nicolás Sirolli, Nils-Peter Skoruppa and Gonzalo Tornaría.*Character theory approach to Sato-Tate groups*, by Yih-Dar Shieh.*Reduced Memory Meet-in-the-Middle Attack against the NTRU Private Key*, by Christine van Vredendaal.