Formal and Computational Cryptographic Proofs

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Tuesday 10th April Wednesday 11th April Thursday 12th April Friday 13th April
09.00-10.00 Registration P. Rogaway
Garbled Circuits
P. Persiano
Definitions of Predicate Encryption
M. Naor
10.00-11.00 A. Gordon
Verifying Crypto Protocols Written in C
M. Fischlin
E. Kiltz
How Provably Secure are Cryptographic Primitives used in Practice?
K. Pietrzak
How to Fake Auxiliary Input
11.00-11.30 Morning Coffee
11.30-12.30 V. Vaikuntanathan
Multi-key Homomorphic Encryption and Applications
J. Groth
Pairing-based Succinct Non-interactive Zero-Knowledge Arguments
D. Pointcheval
Efficient Smooth Projective Hash Functions and Applications
B. Barak
Zero Knowledge Proofs and Nuclear Disarmament
12.30-13.30 Lunch @ Wolfson Court
13.30-14.30 B. Warinschi
Compositionality of game-based secure key-exchange
B. Blanchet
From CryptoVerif Specifications to Computationally Secure Implementations of Protocols
A. Sahai
Leakage-Resilient Zero-Knowledge Proofs and their Applications.
C. Fournet
Modular Cryptographic Verification for an Implementation of TLS 1.2
14.30-15.30 S. Micali
Rational Proofs.
C. Gentry
Quadratic Span Programs for Succinct NIZKs without PCPs
Y. Tauman Kalai
Where Delegation Meets Einstein
Y. Dodis
Overcoming Weak Expectations
15.30-16.00 Afternoon Tea
16.00-17.00 U. Maurer
Constructive Cryptography
G. Rothblum
How to Compute in the Presence of Leakage
S. Tessaro
Semantic Security for the Wiretap Channel
G. Barthe
Computer-aided security proofs
17.00-18.00 Drinks Reception Rothschild Lecture
Shafi Goldwasser
Pseudo Deterministic Algorithms and Applications to Cryptography
19.30 Conference Dinner @ Gonville and Caius