I realize that I need a study pathway for post-quantum cryptography.
I started to study post-quantum crypto by reading NIST PQC 3rd-round submissions of the lattice-based schemes (let's start with the most popular ones). I understood Kyber and Saber so that I could implement them. However, I want to understand the design rationales behind them. Why these errors have that length, what is the role of these parameters in practice.
Since the first lattice-based encryption schemes, there must be many improvements done considering speed or security. I need to understand these. Then, I started searching for papers about lattice-based algorithms and their attacks over the history of lattices. I found a large list here, but I could not filter these papers.
How should I start? Is there a good survey for me, or a list of readable papers covering the area?