News from the ENCRYPTO Group
Techniques for Protecting Privacy in Applications
The Cryptography and Privacy Engineering Group (ENCRYPTO) at the Department of Computer Science of the Technische Universität Darmstadt is offering position for a
Research Assistant (Doctoral Researcher/PhD Student) in “Techniques for Protecting Privacy in Applications”
with the goal to further develop our expertise in the area of engineering cryptographic protocols that are scalable to real-world problem sizes. go
Implementing Efficient Secure Computation
We are offering a Hiwi position. The number of working hours is flexible and can be up to 82 hours per month starting as soon as possible. go
Paper accepted at EuroS&P 2019
“PILOT: Practical Privacy-Preserving Indoor Localization using OuTsourcing” by Kimmo Järvinen, Helena Leppäkoski, Elena Simona Lohan, Philipp Richter, Thomas Schneider, Oleksandr Tkachenko, and Zheng Yang was accepted at EuroS&P 2019.
Paper accepted at EUROCRYPT 2019
“Efficient Circuit-based PSI with Linear Communication” by Benny Pinkas (Bar-Ilan University), Thomas Schneider (TU Darmstadt), Oleksandr Tkachenko (TU Darmstadt), and Avishay Yanai (Bar-Ilan University) was accepted at EUROCRYPT 2019.
Daniel Günther with his work on “Valiant’s Universal Circuit – Towards a Modular Construction and Implementation” won the first prize among three finalists in the category “Best Bachelor Thesis” at the CAST IT Security Award 2018. go
After exactly seven years of success under the name “Engineering Cryptographic Protocols (ENCRYPTO)”, we are happy that our group is now officially called “Cryptography and Privacy Engineering (ENCRYPTO)”. go
Paper accepted for PoPETs 2019(2)
The paper “SoK: Modular and efficient private decision tree evaluation” by Ágnes Kiss, Masoud Naderpour, Jian Liu, N. Asokan, and Thomas Schneider was accepted for the Proceedings on Privacy Enhancing Technologies (PoPETs) 2019(2).
Paper accepted at ACM CCS 2018
“HyCC: Compilation of hybrid protocols for practical secure computation” by Niklas Büscher, Daniel Demmler, Stefan Katzenbeisser, David Kretzmer, and Thomas Schneider was accepted at ACM CCS 2018.
Paper accepted at CANS 2018
“Faster privacy-preserving location proximity schemes” by Kimmo Järvinen, Ágnes Kiss, Thomas Schneider, Oleksandr Tkachenko, and Zheng Yang was accepted at CANS 2018.
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