René B. Christensen will participate at SCN 18 held in Amalfi, Italy. Here, he will present joint work with Ignacio Cascudo and Jaron S. Gundersen, both from this group. The paper is called ‘Actively Secure OT-Extension from q-ary Linear Codes’.
Ignacio Cascudo participated in Crypto 2018 held in Santa Barbara, California. Here, he presented ‘Amortized Complexity of Information-Theoretically Secure MPC Revisited’, which is a joint work with Ronald Cramer, Chaoping Xing, and Chen Yuan.
The talk was recorded and is available at YouTube.
Ignacio Cascudo, René B. Christensen, Jaron S. Gundersen, and Reto Schnyder will all be attending the “Theory and Practice of Multi-Party Computation”-workshop at the Department of Computer Science at Aarhus University. The workshop takes place in the last week of May.
Reto Schnyder has joined the research group. He will be working as a postdoc under the SECURE collaboration with Department of Electronic Systems.
Olav Geil has been appointed Vice Dean for Education
From February, Olav Geil will be starting work as Vice Dean for Education at the Faculty of Engineering and Science. He will, however still be a part of our group and continue his research.
Umberto goes to Toronto
Umberto Martínez-Peñas has been granted an international postdoc from the Independent Research Fund Denmark. Umberto will work for two years at the University of Toronto: Skew polynomials: From Algebra to the Internet.
Dune Workshop on Secrets
The Dune Workshop on Secrets was held at Klitgården in Skagen 2nd–4th October 2017.
Castle Meeting on Coding Theory and Applications
Olav Geil will participate in the 5th International Castle Meeting on Coding Theory and Applications, Vihula Manor, Estonia, August 28th-31st to give two contributed talks based on joint works with Ferruh Özbudak and Daniel Lucani, respectively.
Olav Geil and Umberto Martínez-Peñas participated in and gave a talk at the SIAM AG17 Conference on Applied Algebraic Geometry, July 31st - August 4th, 2017, Atlanta, USA, as invited speakers of the Minisymposium in Coding Theory.
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