Applied Advanced Cryptography Series

The seminar will be held fortnightly (every two weeks) on MS Teams.
The seminar will be both research and learning - both an original research and overviews of interesting papers and systems will be presented.
The topics of interest include, but not limited to principles and applications of secure multi-party computations (MPC), zero-knowledge proofs (ZKP), fully-homomorphic encryption (FHE), other advanced forms of encryption (predicate, functional, attribute-based, etc), verifiable computing.

All Seminars

Date Speaker Title
add to calender03 Jun 2021

 
14:00
Alexei Lisitsa

University of Liverpool
Introduction to Yao's Garbled Circuits Protocol
add to calender22 Apr 2021

 
14:00
Alexei Lisitsa

University of Liverpool
Formal modelling of smart contract languages and introduction to BitML
add to calender25 Mar 2021

 
14:00
Nouf Aljuaid

University of Liverpool
Privacy-preserving data processing
add to calender11 Mar 2021

 
14:00
Alexei Lisitsa

University of Liverpool
Introduction to verifiable computing, part 2
add to calender25 Feb 2021

 
14:00
Microsoft Teams
Alexei Lisitsa

University of Liverpool
Introduction to verifiable computing, part 1
add to calender11 Feb 2021

 
14:00
MS Teams
Jeffrey Ray

University of Liverpool
Introduction to Secure Quick Reliable Login (SQRL)
add to calender14 Jan 2021

 
14:00
Maryam Almarwani

University of Liverpool
Release-Aware In-Out Encryption Adjustment Policy
add to calender17 Dec 2020

 
14:00
Alexander Koch
Karlsruhe Institute for Technology
Cryptographic Protocols from Physical Assumptions
add to calender03 Dec 2020

 
14:00
Alexei Lisitsa

Recent Developments in Applied Advanced Cryptography

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