Leo de Castro: Functional Commitments for All Functions, under Transparent Setup and Standard Lattice Assumptions Friday, February 17, 2023  10:30am to 12:00pm Abstract: A functional commitment scheme enables a user to concisely commit to a function from a specified family, then later concisely and verifiab 

Lakyah Tyner: Nearly Optimal Property Preserving Hashing Friday, February 10, 2023  10:30am to 12:00pm Abstract: Propertypreserving hashing (PPH) consists of a family of compressing hash functions h such that, for any two inputs x, y, we can correctly identify whether some property P(x, y) holds given only the digests h(x), h(y). 

Inperson CryptoDay at Northeastern Friday, April 29, 2022  9:00am to 4:00pm


Anne Broadbent: Bob's sidekick(or how limitations on tripartite quantum correlations are useful for cryptography) Friday, March 4, 2022  10:30am to 12:00pm Abstract: 

Anne Broadbent: Bob’s sidekick (or how tripartite quantum correlations are weaker than you thought and how this is useful for cryptography) Friday, December 10, 2021  1:00pm Abstract: 

Merav Parter: A Graph Theoretic Approach for Resilient Distributed Algorithms Monday, December 6, 2021  4:00pm to 5:00pm Abstract: 

Lior Rotem: Tighter Security for Schnorr Identification and Signatures: A HighMoment Forking Lemma for Sigma Protocols Friday, November 5, 2021  1:00pm to 2:30pm Abstract: 

Qipeng Liu: Hidden Cosets and Applications to Unclonable Cryptography Friday, October 29, 2021  1:00pm to 2:30pm Abstract:


Katerina Sotiraki: Sumcheck Arguments and their Applications Friday, October 22, 2021  1:00pm to 2:30pm Abstract: In this talk, I will present sumcheck arguments; a new class 

Gregory Meyer: Classical Verification of Quantum Computational Advantage Friday, October 8, 2021  1:00pm to 2:30pm ABSTRACT: Recent 