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Upcoming Event(s)


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Special RISC Seminar / CWI Lectures on Privacy and Security

Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) kindly requests you to save the date for the CWI Lectures on Privacy and Security on 15 November 2018.

The symposium is aimed towards a general academic audience.

The program committee for this afternoon consists of Prof. Ronald Cramer (research group leader Cryptology at CWI / Math. Inst., Leiden University) and Dr. Jaap-Henk Hoepman (principal scientist, Privacy & Identity Lab at Radboud University / University of Groningen / Tilburg University).

Date:November 15, 2018
Location:CWI
Schedule: 
Prof. Marc Rotenberg (Director Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) / Dept of Law, Georgetown University):
Topic: Current and future privacy threats posed by technology and the policy responses in Europe and the United States.
Dr. Jan Camenisch (Principal scientist, IBM Z├╝rich Research Laboratory):
Topic: Privacy-Protecting Technology
Prof. Adam Smith (CS Dept, Boston University):
Topic: Differential Privacy
Prof. Ed Felten (CS Dept, Princeton University / former Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer for the Obama administration):
Topic: Accountable Algorithms, Policy

Past 2018 Event(s)


September 7, 2018RISC Seminar
  • Melissa Rossi (ENS Paris / Thales): Masking Lattice-based Fiat-Shamir-with-aborts Signatures at Any Order
July 18, 2018RISC Seminar
  • Manu Drijvers (IBM Research Zurich / ETH Zurich): Compact Multi-Signatures for Smaller Blockchains
May 17, 2018RISC Seminar
  • Rafeal del Pino (IBM Zurich): Efficient amortized Lattice-based zero-knowledge proofs
May 9, 2018RISC Seminar
  • Daniel Escudero (Aarhus University): SPDZ2k: Efficient MPC mod 2^k for Dishonest Majority
January 22, 2018Joint RISC / ML-Group Seminar on Cryptography in WWII
  • Sandy Zabell (Departments of Mathematics and Statistics, Northwestern University): The paradox of German high-level cryptography in WWII
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