Location: Calit2, Room 3008, at the University of California, Irvine. This is building 325 in H8 on the campus map. Use the main entrance on the northeast side of the building.
This is part of a series of one-day meetings on the Mathematics of Cryptography sponsored by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation at UC Irvine.
No registration fee, but we need a head count to order refreshments, so please RSVP by sending an email to email@example.com letting me know that you are planning to come.
|9:30-10||Welcome and refreshments|
|10-10:45||Hovav Shacham (UCSD) will speak on "Elliptic curves in kleptography: The case of the Dual EC random number generator"|
|11-12||GENERAL AUDIENCE TALK: Hovav Shacham (UCSD) will speak on "Why making elections trustworthy is a computer science problem"|
|2-2:45||Hovav Shacham (UCSD) will speak on "Subnormal floating point and abnormal timing"|
|3-4||Rafail Ostrovsky (UCLA) will speak on "Delegation of computation into the cloud" Part 1|
|4:30-5:30||Rafail Ostrovsky (UCLA) will speak on "Delegation of computation into the cloud" Part 2|
Parking: Pay parking is available in the Anteater Parking Structure on Anteater Drive off East Peltason Drive. UCI honors quarterly and annual faculty/staff permits from other University of California campuses in the unmarked parking spaces: click here for the parking reciprocity rules.
Sponsors: The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and UCI.