This is the first in a series of one-day meetings on the Mathematics of Cryptography at UC Irvine sponsored by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
The first talk by each speaker will be at the level of a colloquium talk. In particular, Kristin Lauter's first talk (1:30-2:30) should be of interest to a general scientific audience.
There is no registration fee, but we need a head count to order refreshments, so please send an RSVP to the email address at the bottom of this page, including the names of everyone in your party. Thanks! Looking forward to a nice turnout. Feel free to forward this information to anyone you think might be interested.
|11-12||Daniele Micciancio speaking on "Modern Lattice Cryptography: an introduction" in Rowland Hall (RH) room 440R slides|
|1:30-2:30||Kristin Lauter speaking on "Practical Applications of Homomorphic Encryption" in Natural Sciences II (NS2) room 2201 slides|
|2:45-3:45||Daniele Micciancio speaking on "FHEW: Bootstrapping Homomorphic Encryption in less than a Second" in Natural Sciences II (NS2) room 2201 slides|
|4-5||Kristin Lauter speaking on "Some recent attacks on lattice-based crypto" in Natural Sciences II (NS2) room 2201|
Location: Rowland Hall, Room 440R (first talk) and Natural Sciences II, Room 2201 (last three talks)
Campus map (with key on page 2). Parking is available in Lot 16 for a fee.
Sponsor: Funding is provided by a grant from the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.
If you have questions, and to RSVP, contact: Alice Silverberg (asilverb at uci.edu)