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Timeline of Privacy & General Security Conferences by Siamak.
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Welcome to the Bar-llan Center for Research in Applied Cryptography and Cyber Security.
Welcome to the lattice challenge.
Encourage cryptanalysis of medium-sized instances of post-quantum schemes.
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COURSES FOR CRYPTO
Links to some open cryptography courses, and gratitude for their hard work.
Foundations of Cryptography by Vinod Vaikuntanathan.
Quantum Cryptography by Vinod Vaikuntanathan.
EECS 598 (2015)
EECS 598--Lattices in Cryptography (2015) by Chris Peikert.
CS 294-168 LWE and Post-Quantum Cryptography by Vinod Vaikuntanathan.
Lattices for Algorithms, Complexity, and Cryptography.
CSE206A--Lattices Algorithms and Applications (Fall 2021) by Daniele Micciancio.
Lattices in CS
Lattices in Computer Science by Oded Regev (2009).
This class aims to bring together students and experts in academia and industry to explore Zero-Knowledge Proofs (ZKP).
Modern Zero Knowledge Cryptography (MIT IAP 2023).
The MoonMath Manual
A resource for anyone interested in understanding and unlocking the potential of zk-SNARKs.
Proofs, Arguments & ZK
Proofs, Arguments, and Zero-Knowledge, by Justin Thaler.
Lecture Notes for Cryptographic Computing, by Claudio Orlandi.
BLOG ABOUT CRYPTO
Other people's personal homepage (mainly for cryptography professionals).
An Associate Professor in the Department of Computer Science at NUS.
Martin R. Albrecht
I am a professor in the Cybersecurity Group at King's College London.
My research focus is on (applied) secure computation as well as (lattice-based) zero knowledge protocols.
Professor of Computer Science and Electrical Engineering, Stanford University.
Associate Professor in Reichman University (IDC Herzliya), Israel.
I am an associate professor in the School of Computer and Communication Sciences at EPFL.
A CNRS research scientist at IRIF, Université Paris Cité.
Head of the Cryptology Group, CWI.
I am a professor at the computer science department of Aarhus University.
BORN IN TOULON, FRANCE, ON OCT. 19, 1986.
Muhammed F. Esgin
Lecturer, Faculty of Information Technology, Monash University.
I am an enthusiastic surfer and freeride skier.
An assistant professor of computer science at Yale University
An Assistant Professor in the CS department at CMU.
I am broadly interested in cryptography and its applications to distributed algorithms.
I am a cryptographer in the Security group at IBM Research Europe - Zurich.
Cryptanalysis Group | Faculty Computer Science | Ruhr-University Bochum.
I am a professor in the Computer Science & Engineering department at the University of California, San Diego.
Ngoc Khanh Nguyen
Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Cryptography at King's College London.
Phong Q. Nguyen
My research interests are cryptanalysis and algorithmic number theory, such as lattice reduction and integer factorization.
I am a Professor at Cornell Tech.
My research interests include cryptography, lattices, coding theory, algorithms, and computational complexity.
My main contribution there is to lattice-based cryptography.
I am an assistant professor in Cornell's computer science department.
An Associate Professor in the Cryptography Group at Aarhus University.
My main interests are in cryptography, computational number theory and computer algebra.
He has over 20 years of research experience in cryptography and information security.
Professor at MIT EECS.
Riad S. Wahby
Working on designing and building secure hardware and software systems.
I am a Senior Scientist at NTT Research.